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Adaptive helping the adaptive! Would you donate your organ? What’s stopping you from donating a piece of your body to another person? This is an amazing story that deserves more attention. Jeff Soelberg (amputee and founder of Jeff Giving a Hand) talks about preparing to donate his kidney to another amputee next week even in the midst of the peak of coronavirus. Jeff tells us what is about to happen, why he’s donating, and bunch more. About Jeff Soelberg In July 2016, Jeff was in a work accident that resulted in a partial hand amputation. During this new beginning he searched for help in navigating his new life. While there are resources out there, they were often hard to find. After traveling and competing within the adaptive community—and now that he knows the territory more—Jeff wants to change that. He has seen the strength in this community, but he has also noticed the need for more information and access to better resources. This website serves that need. More about Jeff Giving a Hand Jeff Giving a Hand is a community website that provides resources for adaptive people—whether these resources are training videos, counselors, doctors, or more. Our purpose is to help you become your best self and to get back to doing what you love. If you have any resources you would like included, please send your information or comments to email@example.com. Links to Jeff Soelberg https://www.instagram.com/jeffgivingahand/ https://www.instagram.com/jeffsoelberg/ https://www.jeffgivingahand.org This episode is brought to you by Living Adaptive with Scott Davidson. Find Living Adaptive at, www.livingadaptive.com for more information. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/living_adaptive/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/livingadaptive/