RSN's 21st Annual Prom for Teens with Kidney Disease
Sunday, January 19, 2020
The Renal Teen Prom is for teens and young adults ages 14-24 who have kidney disease. The Prom brings them together to share experiences, strengths, hopes… and a great party! This event is at no charge to attendees and one guest.
See Highlights from the 21st Annual Renal Teen Prom
Glitter, sequins, and gold and silver trim reflected brightly colored disco lights during the 20th Annual Renal Teen Prom held at the Glendale Hilton, Sunday, January 20, 2019.
Donate a Dress
RSN provides a prom dress to female prom guests at no charge. Do you have gently used or new formal wear and/or accessories that you would like to donate? All donations are tax deductible!
Get a Dress
Need a Dress to Look Fabulous for the Prom? RSN will have dresses available for selection at no charge to prom attendees on the Saturday and Sunday, one week before the prom in Glendale, CA. Contact us to make an appointment.
Get Updates About the Prom
Sign up to let us know you want to hear more about the 20th Annual Renal Teen Prom. Contact us and you’ll receive email updates and links to videos and photos after the prom in January.
Send a Teen to Prom
Help give a teen who has kidney disease something to look forward to and let them that they are not alone with your tax-deductible donation of $100. Enter “Send a Teen to Prom” in the notes section of the form.
Fundraise for the Prom
Create your own fundraiser to help support the Renal Teen Prom. It’s easy to get started, and we’ll give you all the support and tools you’ll need to make your fundraiser a success.
Learn more about what’s entailed with this list of frequently asked questions asked about the prom.
Watch Video Highlights from RSN’s 19th and 20th Annual Renal Teen Prom
Prom season comes early for teens and young adults who have been diagnosed with kidney disease, who are on dialysis or who have a kidney transplant. The first prom was held in 1999 by Lori Hartwell, RSN’s President and Founder, who missed her own prom due to being on dialysis from age 12-24 and missing many school activities. She didn’t want other teens to miss this coming of age event and have the opportunity to meet each other. The prom brings these young people together to share their experiences, strengths, and hopes. It lets them know they are not alone and that ‘one friend can make a difference’. This event is at no charge to attendees and their guests.
Renal Teen Prom Through The Years
Thanks to our 2019 Corporate Partners