Donor Wall

A gracious "Thank you" to all of our donors, big and small. You are making a difference in the life of a kidney patient!

With more than 75 engaged volunteers actively involved in identifying gaps in care and filling those gaps, the Forum has developed both patient and provider centered resources. Through the generous donations from the community, we will continue this work. What is the community saying about these resources?

"Good info graphics and something for every staff member in the dialysis clinic." ~Corporate VP in Dialysis, about the Kidney Transplant Toolkit

"The information is geared to improving the health and safety of patients with ESRD." ~Dialysis Social Worker, about the Kidney Transplant Toolkit

"It gives a new way to look at things. We need to make sure we continue to meet patient needs." ~Dialysis Nurse, about the Transitions of Care Toolkit

Thank You to all of our Generous Donors in 2022

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Thank You to all of our Generous Donors in 2021

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Donor Recognition Levels

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The National Forum of ESRD Networks, Inc. is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization #13-3246354. Your donation is tax deductible to the extent allowable by law. No goods or services will be provided by the Forum in return or consideration for this contribution. Donations can also be mailed to the Forum Office at PO Box 70623, Henrico, VA 23255.

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What's new on the Forum website?

Learn about the New Transplant Toolkit for Patients

This 12-minute video provides an overview of the Toolkit

Is A Kidney Transplant Right for Me?

COVID-19 Vaccination Flyer for Dialysis Patients

Please share this flyer with your dialysis patients

Resources & Links for Kidney Patients

MAC Updates Transitions of Care Toolkit

This Toolkit for health providers and practitioners is a reference tool that gives information about challenges in transitions of care and suggestions to help create solutions.

MAC Transitions of Care Toolkit (March 2022)

Forum Matters Now Available

The Forum Matters Newsletter is now available on the website!

Review current and past issues of Forum Matters here.