On August 29, 2018, we lost Sarah Farrar, our beloved wife, mother, daughter, sister, aunt, friend and warrior. We started this page in her honor and memory. Sarah was a kidney organ donation recipient and was actively involved in the recipient community as well as raising many thousands of dollars for the National Kidney Foundation over the years. She loved her cats, Frank Turner, beer, a good cupcake, and had a irreverent sense of humor. She was smart, sassy, brassy and classy. She gave of herself constantly. One way we can honor her legacy is to carry her work forward and help other people just like her by donating to the National Kidney Foundation.
Update September 24, 2018: Thank you to each and every person who donated, we have surpassed our lofty goal of $5000! The generosity of each person has touched many in Sarah's family to know that part of her legacy will be to continue helping others. For those of us behind the scenes of this page (a friend of Sarah's is writing this) we thank you deeply and sincerely for your gifts of every hard-earned dollar. Please help us continue to spread the word of this campaign. Won't you consider sharing the link to this page on your social media? The more people we can reach means the more lives Sarah can change. Please help us spread the word!
Why should you donate to the National Kidney Foundation (NKF)? Good question.
Because Sarah did and would want you to.
Most of us got to know her because she benefitted from the research and technology that is furthered by NKF's work.
They're a good organization with great charity ratings (check them out!)
It's the right thing to do.
No donation is too small. Every dollar really does count!
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Your donation will honor Sarah's legacy as an organ donation recipient and spread hope for the future. It will also help raise vital awareness to people at risk for kidney disease, because prevention saves lives. You will allow the legacy of her kidney walk team, the Walking Beans, to live on and save lives.
Every donation is meaningful to Sarah's family and friends. We are grateful for any donation.