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Joseph Salazar, a resident of Farmington, New Mexico, is in need of a kidney transplant and needs the help of his community to make this happen! Transplants are life saving but very expensive.

Two years ago, Joe was diagnosed with stage 3 kidney failure, a debilitating disease that attacks his kidneys requiring him to be on peritoneal dialysis every single night. He has a passion for cooking but, due to his illness, he is no longer able to participate in those large catering events he loves. He misses being carefree, participating in family activities, and contributing to his community. At this point he is completely dependent on dialysis. His only chance to return to good health is a kidney transplant.

Updates (1)

December 14, 2014

Friends and Family,
An update for all of those who have followed my dear friend, Joe’s, story…

A slight set back has occurred due to a tear in Joe’s peritoneal catheter. Upon blood tests and x-rays it was found that Joe’s peritoneal cavity now had a bacterial infection.

After a week long stay at San Juan Regional Medical Center in Farmington, New Mexico Joe was sent home with his Peritoneal Catheter removed and placed on Hemo-Dialysis.

Joe’s Hemo-Dialysis last 4 hours 3 times a week and is to be continued until there is no sign of a bacterial infection remaining in his peritoneal cavity.

Needless to say, no time is better than now to push for his kidney surgery! So please help us get the word out on his fund raising, every bit helps!

Donate now for you last chance to enjoy tax savings in 2014!


January 20, 2017

My customers helped me to be able to donate to you! I will continue to help as much as I can! Let's get you that transplant!!! <3

LuLaRoe O'rion Risher

April 19, 2016

Donated $50 Mijo!! I wished it could be more!! Keeping you always in my thoughts and prayers!! I love and miss you!!

Aunt Diana

February 17, 2015

We love you SO much JoJo!!!!

The Stones

January 19, 2015

Joe, sorry to hear about this. Hoping everything goes well.

Joe Schrag