The National Kidney Foundation of Indiana and the Central Indiana Vascular Access Affinity Group is planning a Cannulation Camp on Thursday April 7, 2016 in the Ruth Lilly Learning Center at Riley Children’s Hospital. The goal of the camp is to further educate our participants on best practices with regard to cannulation of vascular access in dialysis patients, share new and innovative technologies in the field of vascular access including surgical and endovascular procedures, and discuss different options for vascular access and options for alternative access, such as peritoneal dialysis.
Register today for a Kidney Walk in your area! Registration is free! You can register as an individual or as a team! Click on the walk below for registration and more information!
Merrillville Kidney Walk was held on Saturday, March 19, 2016. Visit website for results
South Bend Kidney Walk – Saturday, April 23, 2016
Evansville Kidney Walk – Saturday, April 16, 2016
Indianapolis Kidney Walk – Saturday, June 11, 2016
Fort Wayne Kidney Walk – Saturday, June 18, 2016
April is National Organ Donor Month and the NKFI is urging Hoosiers to learn more about organ donation. To learn more about organ donation and to register as an organ donor click here.
Celebrating Life Under the Stars Gala
Save the date for The Celebrating Life Under the Stars Gala will be held on Saturday, October 15, 2016 at Indiana Roof Ballroom downtown Indianapolis. Contact Abby Moore for more information at 317-722-5640 or Amoore@kidneyindiana.org.
Kidney Korner TV
Kidney Korner TV is held monthly on Hamilton County TV and Radio. To see past shows click here.
The NKFI/Steel Dyanmic’s 15th Annual Golf Classic will be held June 14 & 15 , 2016, please contactJanine Moore at (260) 456-0654 for more information.
Donate your car to the National Kidney Foundation of Indiana! Your donation is tax deductible. Call (800) 382-9971 or click here.
The Larry Smock Scholarship is made available for Indiana residents who are on dialysis, have received a kidney transplant, or have a diagnosis of chronic kidney disease. Scholarships must go towards pursuing higher education in an academic or monitored occupational setting. All applicants must have a high school diploma or its equivalent. The Fund was established in 1992 with monies donated by the Smock family and the Martinsville community in memory of kidney patient Larry Smock who was awaiting a kidney transplant when he passed away.
The NKFI will holdthe annual Kidney Camp on June 3-7, 2016 at Camp Tecumseh in Brookston, Indiana. The camp is free for children ages 8-18 who have kidney disease or are a kidney recipient. Financial contributions from individuals and companies make the experience possible along with the many wonderful volunteers. Every year, more campers arrive to be part of a unique experience that brings children with similar health issues together from all around the state. For more information, please contact Tricia Berhinger at (800) 382-9971.
The NKFI could not provide our programs and services without the support of our wonderful volunteers. Volunteers are needed is many areas of the foundation, such as; office work, Kidney Walks, Indianapolis Gala, golf tournaments, Speaker's Bureau, Kidney Camp, Health Fairs and Indiana Kidney Check Screenings. For more information on how to volunteer, please download our forms. You can also contact (800) 382-9971 or e-mail Nicki Howard.
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