Advocacy & Government Relations
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Congress and the White House are faced with decisions on the federal debt limit and the resolution of Fiscal Year 2013 spending, while at the same time considering the FY 2014 budget. These responsibilities have set the tone for the year. NKF is balancing its efforts between protecting federal programs that benefit kidney patients and building support for new opportunities and needs.
The NKF helps to shape public policy on behalf of kidney disease patients. We work with Congress, federal agencies, and state governments to further legislation and regulation that improve the care and quality of life of kidney disease patients.
What is advocacy? Ever thought about becoming an NKF Advocate? Learn why it's important and how you can get involved!
Find everything you need to prepare for your advocacy activities, including downloadable factsheets and info on agencies and committees most relevant to NKF's mission.
Check out our blog to find out what's going on in the Capitol and to learn more about our advocacy activities.