Take action in your state

Make a difference in the lives of kidney patients and living organ donors by communicating with your state and local officials.

Welcome to the American Kidney Fund’s Action Center.

Keeping policymakers informed is critical in the fight against kidney disease. Add your voice to thousands of other voices in our Advocacy Network and help us make a difference! Use the Action Alerts below to send personalized messages to your representatives in Congress on key issues affecting kidney patients and their families.

Alert Topics
  • Appropriations
  • Charitable Premium Assistance
  • COVID-19
  • Health disparities
  • Insurance
  • Kidney disease awareness
  • Kidney disease prevention & education
  • Living donor protections
  • Medicaid
  • Medicare
  • Medigap
  • Organ donation
  • Prescription drugs
  • Regulations
  • Research
  • Transplants
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Topic: Kidney disease prevention & education

The Chronic Kidney Disease Improvement in Research and Treatment Act of 2021 (H.R. 4065/S. 1971) aims to improve the lives of those with kidney disease. The legislation would increase awareness of kidney disease and expand preventative services. Please contact your federally elected officials and ask them to cosponsor this important legislation.
TOPICS: Medigap, Medicare, Kidney disease awareness, Kidney disease prevention & education, Insurance, Transplants

On June 16, 2021, Delaware Congresswoman Lisa Blunt Rochester and Ohio Congressman Brad Wenstrup introduced H.R. 3893, the Coordination, Accountability, Research, and Equity (CARE) for All Kidneys Act of 2021. The American Kidney Fund worked closely with the bill sponsors on this important bill which would implement interventions to better understand and manage kidney disease in communities of color, rural communities, and other underserved communities nationwide. Please contact your U.S. Representative today and ask them to cosponsor this important piece of legislation.
TOPICS: Research, Kidney disease prevention & education, Health disparities, Transplants

With the swearing in of a new Congress, it is more important than ever to let your elected officials know that kidney disease is an important issue to you. Please email your members of Congress today and let them know that you are a kidney voter who urges them to take decisive action to help kidney patients.
TOPICS: Kidney disease awareness, Kidney disease prevention & education, Research