SYRACUSE — Trevor Anderson, a 28-year-old lifelong resident of Davis County, was diagnosed with a genetic kidney disease that has progressed since birth. His grandfather died of this condition at age 32.
Anderson also has a bleeding disorder that prevents him from going on dialysis. Thanks to modern medicine, it is possible he can beat this life-threatening illness by receiving a kidney transplant.
Anderson’s employer, Nilson Homes, is sponsoring “Hope Run,” an event set to start at 8 a.m. July 14 at Jensen Park in Syracuse.
This fundraiser has been organized to help pay for Anderson’s medical care, which will include not only a transplant but also anti-rejection medication he will have to take the rest of his life.
The event includes a 5K run, raffle, silent auction, bake sale and breakfast.
Anderson works full time, is a full-time student and has a wife and two small children.
For more information or to sign up for the run, visit Nilson Homes on Facebook or go to fundrazr.com, search for Trevor Anderson, then click on the Hope Run icon.