Welcome to the PKD Foundation’s Raleigh-Durham Chapter Website!
Walk Coordinator Needed
The Raleigh-Durham Chapter is currently seeking a volunteer Walk Co-Coordinator to work with the current Walk Coordinator. As a local volunteer team, the Walk Co-Coordinators will work together to:
- engage team captains and participants
- organize logistics for the Walk
- recruit volunteers
- secure sponsorship
- promote the Walk within the community, and help raise awareness of PKD and the Foundation.
This event is a great opportunity for collaborative team planning. This role needs an average of 2-3 hours per week, with additional time commitments at key planning stages. If you are interested in sharing your talents with PKD patients, we would enjoy talking with you about this position. Please contact Cindy Wissinger at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn More about PKD.
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The Raleigh-Durham Chapter does not have any meetings scheduled at this time but we do want to hear from you. If you would like to connect with our Volunteer Chapter Coordinator, please email us at email@example.com.
Thank you to everyone that made the Raleigh-Durham Walk for PKD a success. While the event is over, fundraising is still going strong with donations being accepted until December 31st. Let’s all continue to unite to fight PKD! Your involvement has made a difference for PKD patients and their families everywhere.
The Empowered PKD Patient: Proactive Strategies to Secure Your Best Life Possible
October 23, 2013
Presented by Risa Simon, CMC
If you've been told to "Do Nothing" until you "Get Sicker" — or simply sense yourself floating in a sea of uncertainty, then join this enlightening session and learn from author, mentor and preemptive transplant recipient, Risa Simon, as she reveals life-changing insights doctors rarely share with their patients. If you (or a loved one) are looking to avoid the need for dialysis, or fear the long wait for a kidney might squelch transplant opportunities, look no further.