Help us choose the cover for our 2019 calendar!

Browse through the artwork below and then vote for the cover art you'd like to see on the American Kidney Fund's 2019 calendar.

We have selected the 13 winners of our 23rd annual Calendar Kids art contest. All 13 winners receive a prize and will have their art published in the calendar. Each child entering the contest lives with kidney disease and submitted artwork depicting the daily fight with the disease or things they enjoy that help them feel better.

Our Calendar Kids cover artist will also win a trip to Washington, D.C., to be honored at our annual gala, The Hope Affair, on October 3, 2018.

The deadline to vote is May 15. Please note that multiple votes from the same user will not be counted.

Step 1: Browse through the artwork

  • 1 - Kidneyman: Gives Us Magic Water to Save Our Kidneys

    De'Nahri M - Age 7, Jackson, MS

  • 2 - New and Bold

    Dylan C - Age 15, Philadelphia, PA

  • 3 - Dancing My Way Through Dialysis

    Faith B - Age 13, Carrolton, MO

  • 4 - In Good Hands

    Isaac W - Age 10, Vancouver, WA

  • 5 - Dancing Kidneys

    Mariolis R - Age 15, Camden, NJ

  • 6 - Day at the beach

    Isabelle M - Age 16, Louisville, KY

  • 7 - Bunnies

    Jocelyn D - Age 3, Trenton, NJ

  • 8 - Planting Hope

    Manuel G - Age 16, Houston, TX

  • 9 - Aim High

    Amelia R - Age 12, Wallington, NJ

  • 10 - Kidney Love

    Cynthia M - Age 15, Van Nuys, CA

  • 11 - My Inspiration

    Grace U - Age 16, Boston, MA

  • 12 - Butterfly Town - Beautiful!

    Zoe W - Age 6, Seattle, WA

  • 13 - Celebrate Life

    Darrianne R - Age 16, Renton, WA

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Step 2: Vote for your favorite artwork

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