My Community

People in your world
are dying of kidney failure

We help organizations, communities and groups of like-minded people find kidney donors and connect them with those seeking a kidney, to save as many lives as possible.

What We Do

Tap in to the power of your
community to save lives

Over 750,000 Americans are suffering from End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD). Approximately 125,000 new cases are diagnosed yearly. The only cure is kidney transplantation, and about 5,000 Americans will unnecessarily die this year because they could not find a kidney. As a community leader in your organization, you are in a unique position to save the lives of people within and outside your organization that have ESRD. How? By letting them know that your organization cares.

Our mission at Kidneys for Communities is to work directly with communities, organizations and groups just like yours to save lives. The best part is that it’s at no cost to you. All you have to do is say “yes” and allow us to do all the work for you. What we are asking of you is to spread the word within your organization.

How We Help

Offer a new benefit to your membership: Life-saving kidney transplants

Kidneys for Communities creates connective dialogue and awareness throughout your organization to link up donors and recipients within your community. We offer:

  • Communication toolkits to help spread the word about kidney donation
  • Reimbursement for any hard costs related to communication/marketing
  • Best-in-class donor benefits package for lost wages while recuperating, child care, pet care and insurance
  • All at NO COST to your organization

All you have to do is click here to start a conversation with us. It won’t cost a thing. But it will save the lives of your people and countless more.


“Kidney donors save lives. Living kidney donation is often left to happenstance or a hopeful recipient’s individual outreach efforts. Kidneys for Communities opens up the idea of donating based on mutual community affiliation. Together with paired donation, it means that donors can help members of their community while also helping others, in a streamlined process."

- Alvin Roth, Ph.D., Stanford Economist
Recipient of the 2012 Nobel Prize in Economics for recognition in part for his work in developing an algorithm for matching donors

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

If you’ve got a question, we probably have an answer. Visit our FAQs page to learn more about how Kidneys for Communities can help your organization.

I need a kidney or want to become a donor

Sharing is Caring

Kidneys are not the only thing we believe in sharing. Lend us your ears, voice, and email address to help spread the word about living kidney donation.