National Partner Partenaire national Kidney Walk - The Kidney Foundation of Canada

2020 KIDNEY WALKShow Them You've Got Their Back!

Kidney Walk may look a little different this year.

The Kidney Walk “Walk the Block” in British Columbia, Yukon, Alberta, The Territories, and Saskatchewan will be held on June 7. In Quebec, watch for events starting June 7th and leading up to Kidney Walk in September.
Wrapping things up this fall, Ontario, Atlantic Canada and Manitoba will be active with their own modified Kidney Walk.

Your support is needed more than ever. Show them you care. Take the first step by registering today.

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JOIN THE TEAM!New to the Kidney Walk?

Here are a few tips and resources to help you get started with your fundraising.

Fundraising Tips
Participant Guide 

WELCOME BACKReturning Participant?

You must register for this year’s walk, but you can use your username and password from last year to keep your donation history and personal page story and photos.

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  • Alberta (Northern) and the Territories
  • Alberta (Southern)
  • Atlantic Canada
  • British Columbia & Yukon
  • Manitoba – Coming Soon
  • Ontario
  • Québec
  • Saskatchewan
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HOW WE HELPHow We Make a Difference

Comment nous aidonsComment nous faisons une différence

100,000+educational materials distributed

$4,000,000invested in kidney research

2,900received short-term financial assistance

$112,000Summer camp subsidies

Samuel Veillet

May 25, 2015, is a day I’ll never forget. It wasn’t my birthday, but it might as well have been... Thanks to my dad who gave me one of his kidneys, that was the day I stopped surviving and began living again. The Kidney Walk has become my way of talking about kidney disease and organ donation, and of sensitizing people to the cause.

Gary Abric

Since receiving a kidney transplant on September 30th 2014, every morning I am thankful to that amazing donor; and every day I am on the lookout to find ways to support The Kidney Foundation of Canada, the truly world-class researchers they fund, and the comprehensive support offered to people living with the challenges of kidney disease. Kidney Walk is coming and on behalf of my family, we’d love to see you out there!

Craig Lindsay

I feel an obligation to the people who are going to be diagnosed tomorrow, next year and thirty years from now. They have a right to better treatments and I have a part to play in that. The Kidney Walk is a fun, engaging, active way to be a part of a bigger community.”

Cheryl Pavlovic

When all 4 of your kids are affected it becomes a part of your life mission. The day itself usually brings tears to my eyes... it's an emotional day, both happy and sad. You hear of successes met with hardships and disappointments. It's a comradery of caring, passionate people who understand what the effects of living on dialysis is all about, and who go to extremes to raise some serious cash. It's heartfelt every year!