At school, a 4-year-old confesses his father’s secret, prompting the teacher to hurry to her phone and demand answers.

The teacher is the second most significant adult in most children’s lives.

Nancy Bleur, a 54-year-old kindergarten teacher from Iowa, is a kind and compassionate person. She adores her students and goes out of her way to ensure they are happy.

Camden, a 4-year-old in her class, wasn’t acting like himself one day. She decided to strike up a conversation with him to find out what was going on. That’s when the youngster began to tell her about his father, making her stomach drop. She felt compelled to take action — and quickly.

Camden’s father, Darreld Petersen, 34, turned out to be severely unwell. Nancy became even more concerned when she realized how severe it was, as she couldn’t bear the notion of how it was affecting tiny Camden. That’s when she decided to call her father.

Darreld’s kidneys were malfunctioning to the point where they could only work at 20% of their capacity. He looked so bad after his dialysis treatment that Camden was afraid when he saw his father.

Nancy decided to assist the family in any way she could. You could suppose Nancy offered to babysit, help with the shopping, cook, or do any other mundane task, but Nancy went above and beyond in her assistance.

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Darreld was offered one of her kidneys.

Fortunately, she was a great match, which meant all she had to do was quickly fill out some paperwork.

“I was looking forward to it. I was overjoyed. “I’m not sure what I would’ve done if I hadn’t been [a match],” she admits.

Nancy’s fantastic offer stunned and delighted Camden’s father. She’d be the one to save his life.

“It’s incredible.” Every day, people wait for a kidney or an organ in general. I wish more individuals in the world were like her. Darreld told ABC News, “She’s giving me a second opportunity at life.”

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Nancy’s family decided to surprise her with flowers at school after learning that her kidney matched Darreld’s. Camden is delighted that his teacher is assisting him in saving his father’s life.

There are many decent people in the world! The world would be better if everyone were as selfless as Nancy. Let’s hope that the surgery goes well and they both recover quickly.

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