The National Kidney Foundation of Maryland held its second annual Rappel for Kidney Health event June 18 at the Canton Crossing Tower in Downtown Baltimore's Canton community. People of all ages rappeled down the 17-story building to raise money for the Maryland branch of the foundation. Participants included people with connections to kidney disease, transplant donors and recipients, and adventure seekers. Pictured is Thomas Stranger of Owings Mills, who donated a kidney to his brother-in-law, Michael Mullen, of Severn.
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