I would like to nominate Paul German. He had a living Kidney transplant in 1973(38 yrs ago) from his Dad, which is still working well. Since then he has played a very active part in promoting Transplantation. He became the chairperson for the local Kidney patients association for many years. Paul also stepped up to be the Kent Kidney Transplant Team Manager for the British Transplant Games for several years. While chairperson for KKPA he went to many conferences (Kidney related). He's talked to the community about understanding the importance of carrying a registered Donor card and how it can change other people's life's who other wise would be cut short if not for there very kind and generous gift of life. Paul has taken part in 9 World transplant games winning Gold, Silver and Bronze in Badminton. 30 British transplant games again wining medals in the 5k and badminton; and running in the London Marathon 5 times. He has, also supported individuals who are about to embark in the same journey he has been through. Paul badminton coaches 18 local children each Saturday. Paul has shown inspiration; to all non and transplant patients how a transplant can change your life.