Our need-based programs help patients with prescription medications and nutritional supplements, transportation costs, and emergency necessities relating to health care.more info
Our services are tailored to empower pre-dialysis, dialysis, and transplant patients with Chronic Kidney Disease and related disorders to have a measurably improved quality of life.more info
We provide interdisciplinary education for renal professionals, focusing on current trends and featuring nationally recognized experts in the field of renal health care. .more info
Our educational programs, presentations, and community health fairs emphasize the crucial role in the prevention and awareness of kidney disease. .more info
The Kidney Foundation of Ohio is dedicated to providing a broad-based program of direct assistance to those with kidney disease and promoting and providing educational programming for the general public, renal professionals, and patients and their families.
It is our goal that all people with renal disease or transplant recipients will be accepted in the community and have a measurably improved quality of life and function as a result of the services provided by the Kidney Foundation of Ohio.
WHAT WE DO
The Kidney Foundation remains the only health and human services agency in Northeast Ohio which continues to provide direct dollars to patients to assist them through the devastation of kidney disease. The Foundation remains an Ohio-based organization and all funds raised in Ohio, stay in Ohio to help kidney patients. Learn more about the impact the organization had on the community in 2018.
- October 6, 2019
Harvest Walk & 5KThis family-friendly event features a one-mile walk and 5K run to raise awareness and funds for individuals impacted by kidney disease. Paid participants receive a long-sleeve shirt, refreshments, and free admission into Mapleside's Pumpkin Village. >>
- November 20, 2019
Learning Series: Recovery of Organs From Drug Overdose DeathsOverdose deaths in the United States have nearly tripled over the past 15 years. At the same time, the country has a severe shortage of organ donors for transplant, with more than 113,000 patients on national waitlists >>