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

2021 KIDNEY WALKBe part of something great!

No matter what the challenge, our kidney community steps up and 2020 was a tremendous success. This year Kidney Walk registration is starting to roll out across the country from west to east, starting with British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan’s Virtual Kidney Walk on June 6, and Ontario, Atlantic Canada, Quebec and Manitoba this Fall.

Let’s walk united and show our kidney and transplant community STRENGTH, HOPE & COURAGE. Register today.

Join Us!

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 Centre Guide
Walkers 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.

Get started now!

Join Us

Joignez-vous à nous!

Please select a regionChoisissez une région
  • Alberta (Northern) and the Territories
  • Alberta (Southern)
  • Atlantic Canada
  • British Columbia & Yukon
  • Manitoba
  • Ontario
  • Québec
  • Saskatchewan
RegisterInscrivez-vous
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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

Louise Laviolette

Suffering from Polycystic Kidney Disease, the symptoms of irreversible kidney failure appeared in my fifties. My father also had PKD. I am now a transplant recipient and am so very grateful for the advances in research that have led to improved patient care. The Kidney Walk raises awareness of organ donation, which is so important to me.

Deena Backman

As someone who lives every day with Polycystic Kidney Disease I am so thankful for all of the amazing research that is being done to work towards a cure for kidney disease as well as all of the efforts of those in the community to help fund it. I have seen firsthand the effects of both fundraising and research and I am so thankful to be involved in it.

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.”

Caileen

The Kidney Walk has always been important to me as a way to show support for those living with kidney disease and those who love them. Now, however, I am happy that I can walk as a kidney donor alongside my kidney recipient, my dad. Seeing him walk with renewed vigor and health will make the Kidney Walk special each year.