Kidney organizations

Alport Syndrome Foundation
A non-profit organization providing a central location for information about this genetic kidney disease. Their site is designed for patients and families, to create an opportunity to meet and talk to other families who are dealing with Alport Syndrome, and to ultimately support research aimed at curing the disease.
American Association of Kidney Patients
A membership organization with a magazine, free materials, and an annual patient meeting.
American Kidney Fund
Offers direct financial help to patients, and much more.
Dialysis Patient Citizens
A nationwide, non-profit, patient-led dialysis organization with membership open only to dialysis and pre-dialysis patients and their families.
Home Dialyzors United
A national non-profit dedicated to informing, inspiring and advocating for an extraordinary quality of life for the home dialysis community through advocacy and support.
Kidney Care Partners
An alliance of patient advocates, dialysis professionals, providers, and suppliers working together to improve the quality of care for patients.
Kidney Transplant/Dialysis Association
Provides financial aid, information, and emotional support to kidney patients and families.
Life Options
A program of the Medical Education Institute, Inc., dedicated to helping people live long and live well with kidney disease, with a wealth of free info for patients and professionals.
National Kidney Foundation
The vision of the NKF is to enhance the lives of everyone with, at risk of or affected by kidney disease.
Oxalosis and Hyperoxaluria Foundation
The only organization in the world dedicated to improving the care and treatment and finding a cure for Oxalosis, PH and related stone diseases.
Renal Support Network
Established to help kidney patients develop their personal coping skills, special talents, and employability by educating and empowering them to take control of managing their disease.
UK National Kidney Federation
The only UK charity run by kidney patients for kidney patients. Its aim is to promote, throughout the United Kingdom, the welfare of people suffering from kidney disease or renal failure and those relatives and friends who care for them.