What We Do

At the Texas Kidney Foundation, we work tirelessly to fight the battle against kidney disease. We know how overwhelming it can be to be diagnosed with kidney disease. For this reason, we have compiled an extensive collection of resources for anyone who may need more information on kidney disease. We host various events throughout the year to educate health professionals and individuals on advances in the industry and up to date information on kidney disease. We conduct free monthly screenings to help keep the public educated and aware of the risks of kidney disease.

Since 2013, we have conducted more free kidney screenings than any other non-profit kidney organization in Texas.  We are proud to be spreading awareness and promoting public health. Each and every donor or volunteer is a huge part of our success and we hope you will continue supporting us so we can keep making a difference!

Read about our Kidney C.A.R.E. Campaign
and partnership with BCBSTX!

Upcoming Programs

 

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Texas Kidney Check

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Support Team Meeting

Sunday, January 20th
Collins Garden Library
200 N. Park Blvd.
San Antonio, Tx
 

A special thank you to our donors who make all our programs possible!

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas
MD Monthly
Christus Transplant Institute
Kleberg Foundation

One Donor Can Save Up to 8 Lives

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Volunteers play a vital role in our work. Your passion and commitment are what makes these programs so successful.
 
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& every dollar helps!
 
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The Texas Kidney Foundation

The Vision of the State of Texas Kidney Foundation is to become a positive collaborative force in bringing kidney awareness, education, and prevention resources to a region disproportionately hit by this devastating disease.

What We Do

At the Texas Kidney Foundation, we work tirelessly to fight the battle against kidney disease. We know how overwhelming it can be to be diagnosed with kidney disease. For this reason, we have compiled an extensive collection of resources for anyone who may need more information on kidney disease.

We also host various events throughout the year to educate health professionals and individuals on advances in the industry and up to date information on kidney disease. We conduct free monthly screenings to help keep the public educated and aware of the risks of kidney disease.