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How to Contact the American Kidney Fund

We welcome your questions and comments! Please select your area of interest below:

 General questions

If you would like more information about the Pair Up campaign, contact Vice President of Public Affairs Tamara Ruggiero at 301.984.6657.

 Media inquiries

Please contact Senior Director of Communications and Marketing Tenee Hawkins at 404.658.1423.

 

 Becoming a Pair Up sponsor

If your company is interested in partnering with the American Kidney Fund as a sponsor of the Pair Up campaign, please contact Director of Cause Marketing Miriam Selman at 301.984.6649.

 

 Becoming a Pair Up organizational partner

If your nonprofit or civic organization is interested in partnering with the American Kidney Fund on the Pair Up campaign, please contact Vice President of Patient Services and Kidney Disease Education Dave Frazer at 301.984.6664.

 

 Website questions

Please contact Manager of Online Services Myron De Melo at 301.984.5055.

 

 Health questions

Please contact the American Kidney Fund's toll-free HelpLine at 866.300.2900.

 

 Kidney health screenings

Find the dates of upcoming screenings in your area. If you have further questions, contact us:

 

 Educational materials and outreach

Please contact education@kidneyfund.org.

 

 Charitable contributions

If you would like to support the American Kidney Fund, please call us at 800.638.8299 or email us. We would be happy to answer any of your questions about making gifts, including AKF in your estate plan, organizing special events, and corporate matching gifts. 

For information on contributing a car, truck, or boat, please call 800.936.4356. 

 

 Volunteer opportunities

Please contact Director of Community Engagement Rhonda Watson at 301.984.6654.

 

 AKF regional offices

AKF has regional operations in Atlanta, Chicago, and New York. If you're trying to reach one of these offices, please call:

  • Atlanta: 404.658.1420
  • Chicago: 312.224.8172
  • New York: 516.336.8530

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