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There are over 100,000 people currently on the organ donation list in America and Rachelle McCray and The MinMinBear Foundation are helping to make a difference for these individuals.
Founder Rachelle tells The Doctors that organ donation hits very close to home as she, her mother, and her sister all have a rare kidney disease which can lead to needing a transplant, which her mom required after having renal failure. Now, her mother is in need of another kidney transplant and is searching for a match.
To help with the search, Rachelle created the #MinMinBearChallenge (learn more here about the challenge) to help raise awareness about kidney disease and to help her mom and others find their perfect kidney match. Rachelle hopes to see the challenge happen in all 50 states and wants to create as much of a conversation about organ donation on social media.