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Please help Amy get her kidney transplant.

My friend, Amy Moore, is a 31-year-old woman who has been battling end stage renal failure for the past 14 years. Amy was on dialysis for three years before receiving her first kidney transplant which has lasted 12 years but due to chronic rejection the kidney failed. Now Amy must have dialysis treatments 3 times a week in order to survive until she receives another transplant. She has already been placed on the transplant list at UNC Hospitals. The average wait for a cadaver kidney from the list is about 4 to 7 years.

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January 17, 2011

The River Room
Wednesday, February 23 · 6:30pm – 9:30pm


Over $10,000 was raised at this event. Special thanks to Brittany McCauley, Ray Baca for allowing us to use the River Room, Brian and Tina Marie McArtan, Adam with Brick Street, and the cast of “one Tree Hill” and all other volunteers for coming out to help make it happen. Thank You!!!

Location:The River Room in Downtown Wilmington, NC
18 South Water Street
Wilmington, NC

This night is in honor of Amy Moore to raise money for the Kidney transplant that she is waiting for. There will be cocktails, light hors d’oeuvres, music, laughs, and a silent auction with some AMAZING items! You can meet Amy all while enjoying the beautiful, breathtaking views from The River Room in historic downtown Wilmington! Donations are welcome and greatly appreciated.

January 5, 2011

Flapjacks at Applebee’s
Saturday, March 5th 8am to 10am at Applebee’s on New Centre Drive in Wilmington, NC. Tickets are on sale for $7.00 each. To volunteer for this event or to purchase tickets contact Amy at [email protected] or Brittany at [email protected]

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November 8, 2018

Amy is one of the best people I know with a heart of gold! Honored to know and be friends with her! Congratulations Amy!!! Xoxo @

Christina Skountzos

February 24, 2011

It was an awesome event last night and I am so happy for all that was raised....

Stacie Douglas

February 18, 2011

WOW!! I can't believe all the donations what have already come in just in the past 2 months! this amazes me! Thank u all SOO much!!

Amy :)

February 9, 2011

Hi carol, yeah not many people at the port have known about this until now but thank you for all your support. I try to stay positive and not let this disease run my everyday life as much as I can. Brittany, you are the bestest!! I could have never done all this on my own. I truly appreciate having you in my life and I'll never be able to repay you or thank you enough. Thank you Paula and everyone else for all your contributions. Every little bit counts. Thank you!!!!