Help Texas Kidney Foundation Save Lives. Support Free Kidney Screenings.

Help Texas Kidney Foundation Save Lives. Support Free Kidney Screenings.

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Your gift will help us reach our goal and allow us to continue to provide free screenings and education and support resources to at-risk Texas communities.

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$25

Your gift will support online education and support resources for kidney patients during the COVID-19 pandemic.

$50

Your gift will pay for 2 free kidney screenings in San Antonio and surrounding areas.

$100

Your gift will help us employ local nurses to conduct free screenings throughout our community and guide patients with kidney disease to the appropriate resources.

$500

Your gift will pay for more than 20 free kidney screenings and help the Texas Kidney Foundation expand services to more counties throughout Texas.

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Chances are you know someone with Kidney Disease. And there is a high chance that they may not be aware. Since the disease has little to no symptoms in its early stages, Kidney Disease is hard to detect without a proper screening. Without early detection, Kidney Disease can lead to kidney failure and dialysis.


Research shows that people with kidney disease have an increased risk of COVID-19 infection and severe symptoms. Now more than ever, it is important for people who have kidney disease to be aware of their condition and take the appropriate precautions.


Texas Kidney Foundation (TKF) provides FREE early detection screenings, and education and support resources to help slow and prevent the progression of kidney disease in our state.


With your support, we will continue to save lives in more than 13 Texas counties.



About Chronic Kidney Disease:

• Kidneys filter waste and extra fluid from the body. Chronic kidney disease is the gradual loss of kidney function.

• 7 million adults in the United States have chronic kidney disease (CKD).

• Hypertension and diabetes are the two leading causes of chronic kidney disease.

• African Americans, Hispanics, Native Americans and Pacific Islanders have a higher risk of developing CKD.


Learn More About Texas Kidney Foundation: www.txkidney.org


Texas Kidney Foundation is a tax-exempt public nonprofit (federal tax ID #27-4237653). All contributions are tax deductible to the extent allowable by law. No goods or services were provided in exchange for your generous financial donation.