Motorist Sees Note Mom Scribbled On Back Of Car IMMEDIATELY Takes Action To Help!

Motorist Sees Note Mom Scribbled On Back Of Car IMMEDIATELY Takes Action To Help!

It is true that a real mother’s love knows no bounds. It is that same love that had this brave mother very literally taking to the streets to find help for her own sick daughter, Jenna Franks. They had been on a 3-year long search to find a kidney donor and there was no luck. So, she decided to create her own.

The idea she had was simple and it worked too. Willing donors were flocking to the family to get themselves tested hoping that they were a possible match.

Her daughter Jenna, was only 15 years-old when she was tragically diagnosed with kidney failure. Then at 18 years-old, she was on dialysis and has been using it as part of her daily regime ever since. Now, sweet Jenna is 31 years-old. Her family has been searching for years to find a kidney donor and there has been no luck. So now, Jenna’s mother is at her wits end and she is thinking outside the box.

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She wrote out a simple note, a plea rather, on the back of her family’s SUV on that note she stated:

“Daugher needs kidney type O” and along that she left her email address. However clever her idea was, she still did not expect the outcome she received to this note. A local resident of the area took a picture of the car and then posted it to Twitter along with a this caption: “this needs to go viral!”

And so…it did.

Tatum Bateman, who posted the photo on Twitter, told KNBC-TV: “I posted the picture and it got like 8,000 retweets!”

Within a few days, 25 people came forward willing to be tested in hopes of being a compatible donor. Until the test results are returned, there is no way of validating the eligibility of the volunteers.

Jenna’s family also turned to other avenues to find a donor, once they realized no one in the family was a match. The family did a Youtube video, made T-shirts, posted flyers around town and even put ads on Craigslist.

However, it is the note on the back of the van that is attracting the most attention.

Ms. Franks said that she is committed to finding a match and will continue the search by trying even more ways to attract one.

“It’s hard not to give her the one thing I know she needs,” she said.

“As a mother you would give your right arm if it would save them … so this is what I can do.”

Sadly, despite all this from the looks of her Facebook page and Twitter, it appears that Jenna as yet to find a kidney donor match. If you are interested in helping out and want to contact the family, you can find their Facebook by clicking HERE.

As it has already been said…this needs to go VIRAL. You know what you need to do.

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