#WATWB: Saving a Life

Becca Bundy always wanted to give back to volunteer firefighter Bill Cox, who once saved her daughter’s life. She did just that thanks to a chance encounter at a Northern Minnesota bar, when she learned that he needed a kidney transplant.

There is not a story to read, only a video to watch.

A Gift for the Firefighter

To understand how organ donation can save many lives, check out the following link.

Benefits of Organ Donation 


watw-turquoise-badge-275-x241-whiteThe “We are the World” Blogfest is in its third year of a heartfelt journey. This blogfest’s goal is to spread the message of light, hope and love in today’s world. We are challenging all participants to share the positive side of humanity. This month’s co-hosts, Sylvia McGrath, Susan Scott, Shilpa Garg, Eric Lahti, and Belinda Witzenhausen welcome participants and encourage all to join in during future months. #WATWB is a blog hop on the last Friday of every month. Click HERE to check out the intention and rules of the blogfest and feel free to sign up at any time. You are always welcome!

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18 responses to #WATWB: Saving a Life

  1. What an amazing story! It looks like their paths crossed for a reason. Thanks so much for sharing this and for being a part of #WATWB! 🙂

    • bikerchick57 says:

      I’m glad the reason their paths cossed was to save a life and become friends connected by giving hearts. Amazing people!

  2. Lizbeth Hartz says:

    What an inspiring story. I admire that young mother; she’s an angel herself. How lovely that she chose to give back this way. Thanks for sharing:)

  3. hilarymb says:

    Hi Mary – what an incredible co-incidence … and in such a relatively remote area. Just wonderful to know the transplant was successful and they are now family as such … thanks for letting us know about these angels … cheers Hilary

      • hilarymb says:

        So true … as is the little girl – so pleased it’s all had a happy outcome … cheers Hilary

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