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From April 24-30, it’s National Volunteer Week!

Thank you to all our volunteers for your hard work and determination! Your efforts are crucial for the lives of those affected by renal disease. Not only have you brought patients health and hope, but you have also given their families the gift of a brighter and merrier future. As we celebrate this year’s theme Empathy in Action, we invite you to read the stories of three volunteers who demonstrated just how life-changing the outcomes can be when empathy is actioned into selfless acts of kindness:

Volunteers make our work possible.  Join a dynamic and diverse group of people who are making an important contribution to improving the lives of people with kidney disease.

Volunteering with us is a positive and rewarding experience. Use your skills and talents to help others while exploring opportunities for personal growth in a respectful and supportive environment.

Why Volunteer

  • Help others: Get involved in activities that will lift the spirits and brighten the future of someone affected by kidney disease.
  • Strengthen ties within your community: Educate and engage others in important health issues.
  • Gain experience: Learn how to organize events, collaborate with others and develop your communication and leadership skills.
  • Share your knowledge and expertise: Serve on boards or committees and use your experiences and perspectives to solve problems and influence change.
  • Explore your skills: Apply your talents and discover new ones!
  • Meet new people: Participate in a variety of events and make new friends.
  • Have some fun!: Play in a golf tournament or host a special event.