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Become a corporate partner

Each year, the American Kidney Fund partners with dynamic companies and business owners to accomplish our mission of helping people fight kidney disease and live healthier lives. We strive to create partnerships that align with the charitable and business goals of your company, while keeping the focus on the needs of patients and those at risk for kidney disease. Your company’s support helps ensure that every kidney patient has access to health care and every person at risk for this chronic health condition is empowered to prevent it.

To learn more about partnering with AKF or to explore opportunities, please contact Fiona Lawless, Senior Director of Corporate Engagement, at (301) 984-6635 or flawless@kidneyfund.org.

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In a word, impact. The American Kidney Fund is the nation’s leading nonprofit working on behalf of the 31 million Americans with kidney disease. Our mission is to help people fight kidney disease and live healthier lives, and we fulfill that mission by providing a complete spectrum of programs and services that you can support and extend to your employees or patients. Learn more about why it makes sense for your company to become a corporate partner.

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By partnering with the American Kidney Fund, you are investing in others’ lives and making a direct impact on the millions living with and at-risk for kidney disease. There are many ways to lend your corporate talent, resources, and financial support to the fight against kidney disease.

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Companies large and small have joined the American Kidney Fight in our mission to help people fight kidney disease and live healthier lives. From major national corporations to regional and local companies, these partners share our commitment to ensuring that every patient has access to health care, and that every person as risk for kidney disease is empowered to prevent it.