Spread the word

PKD affects over 600,000 Americans and millions worldwide – chances are, you have a neighbor, friend, relative or co-worker who is adversely affected by this life-threatening chronic, genetic disease. The more who know about polycystic kidney disease (PKD), the more resources we can dedicate to finding treatments and a cure. Together, let’s raise awareness to for PKD.

Awareness Day Ambassador Activation

Our Ambassadors are our most valuable asset for spreading awareness about PKD. You represent hope for finding treatment and a cure for this chronic, genetic disease. In preparation for #PKDAwarenessDay on September 4, 2017, we ask that you help us spread the word. The plan is to spread the word across all channels, including web, social media, and email. A consistent message and brand is the most effective way to keep followers engaged over the course of the campaign. In order to maximize our consistent message, please keep a close eye on how we’re communicating about #PKDAwarenessDay and replicate using your own voice.

The Awareness Day Checklist

Please plan to update your social media profiles and post prior to and on #PKDAwarenessDay about why we need to build awareness and support. We’ve gathered the following resources for you to share on social media to help you get started:

  • Facebook Cover Photo
  • Twitter Cover Photo
  • Social Profile Image Filter
  • Social Profile Icons
  • Teal PKD Ribbon
  • Infographic
  • Video: Get The Facts
  • Video: Do You Know PKD?

Scroll down the page for resources!


Facebook Cover Photo

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Twitter Cover Photo

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Social Profile Photos

Help spread the word with one of the following social profile images.


Shareable Graphics

Help encourage awareness by sharing these graphics on Facebook, Twitter, and your other favorite channels.


PKD Infographic


Video: Get The Facts

Awareness and education go hand-in-hand. Get the facts about PKD and share them with your family and friends.



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Video: Do You Know PKD?

The more people know about PKD, the more resources we can dedicate to finding treatments and a cure.



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