March is National Kidney Month!
World Kidney Day is Thursday, March 9th. The theme this year is “Kidney Health for All: Preparing for the Unexpected, Supporting the Vulnerable.” The 2023 campaign will focus on raising awareness about disastrous events, natural or man-made, international or local, and their impact on people living with kidney disease whose access to appropriate diagnostic services, treatment, and care is hindered.
Here are some things you can share to engage your community and circle of family and friends and help raise awareness of kidney health.
Share and Raise Awareness About Kidney Disease:
Share these kidney quotes and health facts with your friends on social media. Use the hashtag #NationalKidneyMonth and tag us @RSNhope.
Help Raise Awareness, Take Part in RSN’s Kidney Collage Challenge!
March is National Kidney Month and April is National Donate Life Month. NOW is the time to get creative and make an original piece of artwork to raise awareness and spread the word about kidney disease!
Create your own Kidney Collage that illustrates your story. Use photos, magazines, mixed media, yarn, fabric, digital files, really anything! Upload an image of your final creation as a visual highlight to your own social media posts. Post your story and messages of hope on your social media channels, and tag #RSNKidneyCollage and @RSNhope.
Watch and Learn about Kidney Stuff with Neff & Nuff
Introducing Neff & Nuff, RSN’s kidney pals. In their animated video debut they talk about what can damage your kidneys. This video is also available in Spanish via the button below.
Watch: Kidneys Need Care, Give Them a Pat on Your Back!
Watch this presentation to learn about the body’s master chemist, the kidneys!
Watch: Seymour Jones and the Temple of Chronic Kidney Disease
Do you know the warning signs of kidney disease? Watch the trials and tribulations of Seymour Jones as he tries to make the public aware of the warning signs of Chronic Kidney Disease. Produced by Renal Support Network and Directed by Stephen Furst.
Visit the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases Kidney Month web page for information about how to talk with your health care provider about kidney health.