KIDNEY FOUNDATION OF ILLINOIS
215 W Illinois St Ste 1c
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- Donations Accepted
- Ear Nose & Throat
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Sign Your Support for the Living Organ Donor Tax Credit
This bill provides for a credit against withholding taxes in an amount equal to 25% of the wages or salary paid by a private employer to an Illinois employee while the employee is on organ donation leave if the employer grants all of its employees the option of taking a paid leave of absence of at least 30 days for the purpose of serving as an organ donor or bone marrow donor. Provides that the credit may not exceed $20,833.33 for each employee…
Quarterly newsletter with updates, information and more on the latest happenings at the National Kidney Foundation of Illinois.
Dear John: Ever since I read about your plight I have been thinking about you and your family. Fifteen years ago this month, I donated one of my kidneys to my sister Alicia. It was a life-changing experience for both of us then, and continues to be to this day. Most people, though, miss the bigger picture: giving a kidney gives the donor a chance at a new life as much as it does for the recipient. Let me tell you how.
Couple Turns Kidney Disease Battle Into Lifelong Passion
A couple turned their battle with kidney disease into a lifelong passion. It all began when one man's wife was diagnosed with kidney disease. NBC 5's Anayeli Ruiz has the story of he's now dedicated himself to helping others.
Pregnancy and Kidney Disease
A new baby is a joy for any family. But pregnancy can put a lot of stress on your body. If you have kidney disease or kidney failure, it can put you and the health of your unborn child at risk.
The National Kidney Foundation
1 Call 800.488.CARS (2277) or complete the form to donate now
2 Schedule a pick up time that best suits your schedule.
3 Make a difference in the lives of millions with kidney disease.
I loved how easy it was to donate to a wonderful charity! Amanda J.
We believe National Kidney Foundation uses the funds it receives wisely and reaps good results for kidney disease sufferers. The Foundation makes the transfer of vehicles easy. Kate B.
This is my 2nd vehicle we…
Tips to Tackling the DASH Diet
Adopt a diet that has been proven to lower your risk for kidney disease, kidney stones, and heart disease! The DASH diet -- an acronym for Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension -- is aptly named as it has been shown to improve health by reducing blood pressure and therefore reducing the risk of heart and kidney diseases.
A Sweet Aroma fills the Kidney Kitchen
This month's recipe from the Kidney Kitchen will satisfy your morning hunger and send a sweet smell permeating throughout the house- all in a kidney-friendly manner, of course! These breakfast sticky buns act as a good replacement to the often high-calorie, high-fat morning donut or strudel. Breakfast Sticky Buns16 servingsIngredients:
National Kidney Foundation Statement on MacArthur Amendment to the American Health Care Act
The National Kidney Foundation opposes the American Health Care Act (AHCA) as amended. The amendment to AHCA , offered by Representative Tom MacArthur (R-NJ), raises significant concerns for millions of Americans affected by chronic diseases. If this bill passes, National Kidney Foundation is highly concerned that insurers in some states will be granted additional flexibility to charge higher premiums, and apply annual and lifetime limits on…
Top 5 Questions About Living Kidney Donation
Each year, more than 5,500 living donors successfully give an organ to someone waiting on the transplant list. If you are thinking about donating an organ to a relative, friend or even to a stranger, it’s important to understand the process and the risks involved. To help you with this important decision, we made a list of the top 5 questions about living donation. 1. How can I be a living kidney donor to someone I know?
2017 Derby for a Cause
Join the National Kidney Foundation of Illinois Associate Board for the Kentucky Derby—the most exciting two minutes in sports!
Cheer on the best horse while s…
It's giving couple's turn to receive
Local benefactors Richard and Rosann Noel will be honored with the Kyle and Phyllis Robeson Philanthropy Award at the Community Foundation of East Central Illinois' annual event.
Team Kidney: Christie Clinic Illinois Marathon
Join Team Kidneys at the Christie Clinic Illinois Marathon, April 20-22 2017 in Champaign-Urbana, IL. Support the mission of the National Kidney Foundation of Illinois as we improve the health and well-being of people at risk for or affected by kidney disease through prevention, education and empowerment.
Your Kidneys: Do You Know These Facts?
1. Kidneys are important because they: Filter blood Keep the right amount of fluids in the body Help make red blood cells Help keep blood pressure under control 2. Risk factors for kidney disease include:
The Big Ask, The Big Give
Living donation makes better lives possible but it takes courage to ask others for help. Learn more.
6 Easy Ways to Prevent Kidney Stones
Did you know that one in ten people will have a kidney stone over the course of a lifetime? Recent studies have shown that kidney stone rates are on the rise across the country. Those in the know believe that some major misconceptions may be the culprit.