Springtime in New York unites our city’s most influential and inspiring individuals who are passionate about investing in kidney health.
Register today for this half-day symposium is designed for healthcare professionals. It will cover a variety of topics, such as polycystic kidney disease, anemia, kidney stones, and how to effectively manage difficult patients.
We Want You to be a Part of the Team!
Team Kidney is an exciting, engaging, and active way to support the National Kidney Foundation’s lifesaving programs and services. With your help we can directly influence and positively impact the lives of those at risk for kidney disease, those living with chronic kidney disease, and those who care for and about them.
The Kidney Walk is the nation's largest walk to fight kidney disease. Held in nearly 100 communities, the event raises awareness and funds lifesaving programs that educate and support patients, their families and those at risk. Take a lifesaving step today and join the movement by donating to the Walk.
The 2018 Walk took place on Sunday, November 11th. Read more for a recap of the day. Stay tuned for details on 2019.
Help Us Make a Difference on May 19thInfo & Registration
Join our online Kidney Community and stay up to date on GNY events, photos, and NKF news by following us on Facebook!
Sign up to receive our quarterly local e-newsletter. It recaps major happenings in the kidney community, highlights our events and free programs, and shares inspiring kidney stories. View a sample and sign-up.
Volunteer at an upcoming event to support the NKF’s programs and give back to your local Kidney Community!More Information
Do you have any questions about kidney disease? Risk factors? Signs and symptoms? Are you concerned about yourself, a friend or family member? The National Kidney Foundation's Ask the Doctor blog is here to help. Click here.
Sign up for our FREE MAGAZINE, KIDNEY LIVING! Each issue features stories from people who are living well on dialysis, as well as tips for coping with kidney disease, healthy eating, finding support, and so much more.