Read our 2019 World Kidney Day email.
Bike to the Moon with the PKD Foundation of Canada from June 21-24, 2019!
ADPKD is the most common inherited renal disorder worldwide, impacting approximately 1 in every 500 Canadians. An estimated 45% to 70% of patients with ADPKD progress to end-stage renal disease by age 65 years.
Are you ready to take on the challenge? Help spread the word about PKD Awareness Day and what it's like to live with polycystic kidney disease! Record a short video with your smartphone and tell us your story...
The Ottawa Chapter is looking to find members or family members who are supporting those with PKD to share their PKD stories on social media. We are proposing a 2 minute video with just you and the camera talking about your journey with PKD or how or what you would like to bring more attention to this disease.
Check out these 10 simple ways you can support your favourite nonprofits. They take less than five minutes and come at no cost!
In 2016, an Ontario family impacted by PKD for generations got together with their friends to bike the Bruce Trail in an effort to raise money for PKD research. They travelled 480 km and raised over $11,000. This year, Bike to the Moon participants across Canada travelled over 4,000 km...
Each year, Health Canada recognizes September 4th as National PKD Awareness Day! This year we are looking for volunteers who want to help spread awareness in their own communities by working with us to secure local proclamations.
Join us for the 2018 Walk to END PKD, the PKD Foundation of Canada's signature fundraising campaign!