Our staff and trained volunteers are available to speak to your employees, church group, school, or organization about the signs, symptoms, and causes of kidney disease. Presentations can be tailored to fit the needs of your group.request
These interactive fairs are designed for outreach to provide basic preventive education and medical screenings to community members. Invite the Kidney Foundation of Ohio to attend a health fair by clicking the request below.request
World Kidney Day is a global campaign aimed at raising awareness of the importance of our kidneys to our overall health, and to reduce the frequency and impact of kidney disease and its associated health problems.more info
Nearly 125,000 people are currently on the national waiting list for life-saving organ transplants. One organ donor can save eight lives, while one tissue donor can improve the lives of more than 50 people. Give the gift of life!register
Healthy Teens, Healthy Tomorrow: Teen Summit
The Kidney Foundation of Ohio recognizes the fundamental needs of children and family members affected by kidney failure and related complications. While the medical community is successful in addressing the needs of these individuals upon or following diagnosis, barriers remain to accessing routine and preventative health care.
Healthy Teens, Healthy Tomorrow: Teen Summit offers minority teens comprehensive education and information regarding positive lifestyle choices and risk factors contributing to chronic illness. In conjunction with Cleveland MOTTEP (Minority Organ Tissue Transplant Education Program), teens are educated on nutrition and wellness, body and kidney health, and donation/transplantation.
Educating patients on Chronic Kidney Disease and related complications is a critical part of care. If you or someone you know is interested in learning more about kidney disease and related disorders, the Kidney Foundation of Ohio can provide literature on a variety of renal topics. See the list below for some of our educational materials:
Financial support ranging between $1,000-$3,000 will be provided to a student who has been diagnosed with kidney disease (or child of a kidney patient), demonstrates financial need and resides in the Foundation's service area. This award is renewable for a maximum of four years if the recipient receives a minimum C average, based on the institution's standards, and completes the renewal form.
Completed application forms must be received by Friday, June 29, 2018 to be considered for this award cycle. For application guidelines and instructions, click on the APPLY tab below.apply