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Learn About the Kidney Walk

The NKF Kidney Walk is an inspiring community fundraiser that calls attention to the prevention of kidney disease and the need for organ donation. Walks are held all over the country so find one near you!

Top Teams

  1. Team Podolsky - $22,545.00
  2. Schneider Electric - $20,570.00
  3. Got Kidneys? - $14,805.00
  4. OMD - $14,168.00
  5. Equus Capital Partners - $12,133.70
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Top Walkers

  1. Timothy Statts - $20,395.00
  2. Fred Podolsky - $20,320.00
  3. Robert Kenyon - $12,175.00
  4. Monica Karo - $7,250.00
  5. Chandler Hodge - $5,725.00
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Get Inspired: Life Changing Kidney Donation 

Chris - Sept 15 2014

Receiving a kidney transplant gives those with kidney failure a second chance at life, but you rarely hear how those that donate their kidneys also have their lives forever changed. Chris M., 38, from Huntington Station, NY, knew his life would go on a different path the moment he heard that his best friend’s kidneys were starting to fail.  “The day he told me he was going to start dialysis, I picked up the phone and called the hospital to see if I could be a donor,” Chris said.

Read more about Chris’ incredible story here

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Why Walk?

With the increase in diabetes and high blood pressure -- two major kidney disease risk factors -- kidney disease is on the rise. We’re working to reach the 1 in 3 American adults at risk with important prevention messages before it's too late. Each year, more than 75,000 walkers join the NKF to raise over $8 million to help kidney patients and their families. Your participation in our events has never been more critical.

More than 80 cents of every dollar donated directly supports programs and services. To learn more visit, www.kidney.org.

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