Call: (216) 771-2700
Fax: (216) 771-5114
E-mail: info@kfohio.org

GET INVOLVED

  • Administrative volunteer
  • Health fair volunteer
  • Health screenings volunteer
  • Special events committee
  • Day-of-events volunteer
  • Renal symposium committee
  • Youth education volunteer

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

  • Administrative

    Throughout the year volunteers are needed to assist staff with clerical tasks. Individuals may be asked to answer phones, complete computer tasks, or prepare bulk mailings. Volunteers should be comfortable answering the phone and have basic knowledge of Microsoft Office. Work takes place within the office on Mondays through Fridays 8:30-4:30pm.
  • Special Event Committees or Event Day Volunteers

    Several special events take place throughout the year to assist in fundraising for our patient service programs. Events consist of a gala, golf outing, summer event, renal symposium and walk & 5K. Volunteers are needed to serve on the planning committees and for event day activities. Prior event volunteer experience is preferred but not required.
  • Health Fairs and Screenings

    Volunteers are needed to participate in community-wide health events throughout the year to educate those at risk for kidney disease. Individuals can assist by distributing literature and educating the public on the Foundation's programs and services. Healthcare professionals are also needed to assist in conducting blood pressure screenings.
  • Share Your Story

    Personal stories and experiences are a great way for others to learn about Chronic Kidney Disease and related disorders. Share your story so that someone else can learn about dialysis or transplantation. If you have utilized our services or are connected to the KFO, let us know so we can highlight your story and teach others about the Foundation.

For more volunteer details, contact the Kidney Foundation of Ohio at (216) 771-2700.

COMMUNITY AWARENESS EVENT

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.

Held every year on the second Thursday in March, free activities and health demonstrations will be open to the community. Blood pressure and blood glucose screenings will also be administered. Contact Annette Fetter at (216) 771-2700 or afetter@kfohio.org for more information.

WHAT YOU WILL GAIN BY GIVING BACK

  • Develop new talents
  • Connect with your community
  • Discover new experiences
  • Add meaning to your day


Call (216) 771-2700 for volunteer details