When their father needed a kidney transplant, sisters Cynthia, Heather and Roseann Flood hoped they would be able to give him one of their own.
But when none of them proved to be a match, the sisters turned to an unlikely source for help-- Craigslist. And it worked. After successfully finding a match for their father, the sisters decided to do the same thing for others, Tonic reports, by setting up a foundation to match transplant donors and recipients.
The Flood Sisters Kidney Foundation of America has now matched four organ donor-recipient pairs and operates a website to educate the public on organ donation.
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