Support kidney patients affected by Hurricane Idalia
Your MATCHED donation will go 3 TIMES as far to help patients affected by the hurricane purchase kidney-friendly foods, find transportation to dialysis and replace lost or destroyed medications.
Maui Wildfires - Resources for kidney patients
View the latest list of resources for kidney patients affected by Maui Wildfires.
Help with insurance premium payments
If you have kidney failure but are unable to afford the cost of your health insurance premiums, AKF's Health Insurance Premium Program (HIPP) may be able to help you pay for your premiums through grants.
Safety Net Grant Program
Our Safety Net Grant Program provides grants to help people with health care expenses that are not covered by insurance. Typical expenses include the cost of transportation to and from dialysis, over-the-counter medicines, co-payments and other needs, for example, dentures.
Learn more about our other assistance programs
If you are living with kidney failure in a community that has been struck by a flood, hurricane, tornado or other disaster, AKF may be able to help.
Our scholarship program provides support for people with end-stage renal disease (ESRD) living in Arkansas, Louisiana and Oklahoma to further their education or vocational training as part of an effort to initiate, maintain or resume employment and independent living.
All of AKF's financial assistance programs are available to children who are living with kidney failure and whose household incomes qualify them for AKF assistance.
Medicare and some private insurance policies do not automatically include prescription drug coverage. If you do not enroll in Medicare Part D or in your private insurance company's prescription drug plan, you will need to pay out-of-pocket for any medicines your doctor prescribes.
AKF has partnered with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Veterans Health Administration to increase awareness of kidney disease among U.S. veterans and to support veterans who have been diagnosed with kidney disease.