Bring A Student Service
Learning Project To Your School
The American Kidney Fund works with schools across the country to teach students about the importance of kidney health and community service.
Participating schools give students the opportunity to:
- Learn about healthy lifestyle choices
- Raise money to help patients in the community
- Ignite their passion to make a difference
Learn more about The American Kidney Fund and how your school can get involved.
Host A Kick-Off Assembly
Gather the student body to kick-off three weeks of awareness and fundraising. Equip your school with deeper education on kidney health and how the community can make a difference.
Rally The Students
Find the most passionate students and staff who are excited to make a difference. Conduct daily announcements with kidney facts provided by The American Kidney Fund and begin fundraising around school.
Raise Funds and Awareness
Our team at The American Kidney Fund will work with your school to help make your fundraiser a success. We'll help you organize a culminating event for your school to celebrate your success and see the life-changing impact you've made!
"When you bring a Student Service Learning Project to your school, I'll work with you every step of the way to help raise awareness and life-saving funds."
Kendall Zeswitz | Manager of Community Engagement
Talk to Kendall to get started!
How Your School Helps
In 2019, with the help of supporters like you, the American Kidney Fund has been able to help people fight the physical, emotional, and financial burdens of kidney disease.
dialysis patients maintained critically needed health coverage
dialysis patients were able to afford kidney transplants
at-risk individuals received kidney screenings
Highest rated kidney nonprofit
When you organize a Student Service Learning Project to raise life-saving funds for AKF, you are making the greatest possible impact raising awareness and funding innovative programs at the American Kidney Fund.
97 cents of every dollar you raise go toward direct financial assistance, clinical research, advocacy, prevention activities, top-rated health educational resources and much more aimed at helping millions of people with kidney disease.