United No matter what

3 Days •100KM • Kananaskis to Calgary • Sept 9 -11, 2022
United No Matter What

Walk the farthest you have ever walked and raise the most you have ever raised to fight kidney disease and for organ donation. Join us for Kidney March 2022. We plan to reunite in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains for an unforgettable journey.

4 Million Canadians have chronic kidney disease or are at risk. Most people don’t even know until it’s too late. Together, we will march as one united front to make the biggest difference we have ever made and have a life-changing impact on all those affected by this devastating disease. Learn more about Why We March.


• Kidney March Training Walks Check our Event Calendar for upcoming walks.
• September 8, 2022 - DAY ZERO (details to come)

Did you miss Kidney March EXPO? Watch the recording at KIDNEY MARCH EXPO 2022

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Kidney March is committed to following health measures to keep our community safe. See our 2022 Safety Message for more details.









September 9-11, 2022


2022 Fundraising Goal

Goal $1,000,000.00 CAD
Achieved $310,192.18 CAD
Some offline donations and sponsorships may not be applied to this fundraising total.

2022 Top 5 Fundraising

  1. 1. Sole Sisters & the Misters$27,400.63
  2. 2. BeCauseYuKan$16,927.50
  3. 3. Team M&M$11,194.60
  4. 4. Marchers Without Borders$8,976.65
  5. 5. AMC Pacers$8,479.94

2022 Top 5 Fundraising Individuals

  1. 1. Jim Blackburn$7,389.50
  2. 2. James Maxim$6,426.00
  3. 3. Wendy Coons$6,109.30
  4. 4. Laura Comfort$5,325.00
  5. 5. Damian Kilroe$5,255.00

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4 days ago

Kidney March
💻RECORDING AVAILABLE - Covid-19: Navigating the New Normal. Did you miss it? This Kidney Foundation of Canada webinar brought together patients and healthcare professionals to talk about adjusting to life with COVID-19. There are many unanswered questions, especially for people with kidney disease or living with a kidney transplant. Learn about the challenges that the new “normal” present for kidney patients, hear about new treatments for COVID-19, and find tips on how to travel safely. Watch the recording of this recent webinar at: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ol6OC5BL7oU&t=170s ... See MoreSee Less
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5 days ago

Kidney March
The Dr. John B. Dossetor Research Award is bestowed upon an individual whose outstanding contributions to The Kidney Foundation’s Research program merit special acknowledgment. This year, we are honored to present this prestigious prize to Dr. Todd Alexander, the co-chair of the KRESCENT program.In 2021, Dr. Alexander was the principal applicant in the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Training Platform Grant, resulting in the procurement of 2.4 million dollars to help sustain the KRESCENT program for the future. Dr. Alexander has contributed to The Foundation’s research program, consistently providing guidance and mentorship to the next generation of Kidney scientists, and sharing his passion, expertise, and guidance on research program development. Read more here: kidney.ca/Celebrating-Our-Volunteers-2022-National-Volunteer ... See MoreSee Less
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6 days ago

Kidney March
One way to refresh yourself in summer is by drinking a delicious, and kidney-friendly smoothie! On this #NationalSmoothieDay, celebrate by heading to the Kidney Kitchen Community website and choosing from our registered dietitian (RD)-approved smoothie recipes which include gems like the peach raspberry smoothie, spicy Pina Colada smoothie, and blueberry smoothie. Recipes here: www.kidneycommunitykitchen.ca/?s=smoothie ... See MoreSee Less
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6 days ago

Kidney March
This year’s National Fund Development Award from The Kidney Foundation was awarded to our very own 10-time Kidney Marcher, Tanya Work! Over the past few years, Tanya has made great strides in advancing Kidney March by assembling a dynamic team called the “Sole Sisters & the Misters”. In sum, her team helped raise more than $280,000! Outside of fundraising, her determination and proactivity have helped the foundation to increase awareness about kidney disease in many Alberta communities and beyond. The Foundation also thanks her for sharing her personal story as part of this outreach. Thank you and congratulations, Tanya!To read about all this year’s award winners visit: kidney.ca/News-Media/News/ALL/Celebrating-Our-Volunteers-2022-National-Volunteer ... See MoreSee Less
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6 days ago

Kidney March
On Friday, June 17th, The Kidney Foundation of Canada honoured volunteers and staff for their remarkable efforts at a virtual awards ceremony. This year’s Circle of Excellence Award went to our very special manager of Kidney March, Laura Fleming! Laura always goes above and beyond. Her dedication to the Foundation, and compassion for kidney patients and their families shines through in all her work. In her nine years in this role, she has helped lead Kidney March to raise over $7 million in funds to support research, programs, and organ donation initiatives.Help us in thanking and congratulating Laura for her hard work and perseverance!To read about all this year’s award winners visit: kidney.ca/News-Media/News/ALL/Celebrating-Our-Volunteers-2022-National-Volunteer#KidneyMarch #KidneyCanada ... See MoreSee Less
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