Wyatt Bardi, 25, and Noah Allen, 26, visited with each other after their March 14 operations at Carolinas Medical Center. That day, Bardi donated a kidney to Allen, a Charlotte attorney, who had lived with kidney disease since his late teens. Allen bought Apple watches for them so they can monitor each others’ heartbeats and exercise regimens. Bardi didn’t really know Allen, but volunteered to be a donor as a way to live out his Christian faith.
Wyatt Bardi, 25, and Noah Allen, 26, visited with each other after their March 14 operations at Carolinas Medical Center. That day, Bardi donated a kidney to Allen, a Charlotte attorney, who had lived with kidney disease since his late teens. Allen bought Apple watches for them so they can monitor each others’ heartbeats and exercise regimens. Bardi didn’t really know Allen, but volunteered to be a donor as a way to live out his Christian faith. Courtesy of Noah Allen.
Wyatt Bardi, 25, and Noah Allen, 26, visited with each other after their March 14 operations at Carolinas Medical Center. That day, Bardi donated a kidney to Allen, a Charlotte attorney, who had lived with kidney disease since his late teens. Allen bought Apple watches for them so they can monitor each others’ heartbeats and exercise regimens. Bardi didn’t really know Allen, but volunteered to be a donor as a way to live out his Christian faith. Courtesy of Noah Allen.

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