Failure is not an option

100 KM • Sept 9 -11, 2022

Walk the farthest you have ever walked and raise the most you have ever raised to fight kidney disease and boost organ donation. 4 Million Canadians have chronic kidney disease or are at risk. Most people don’t even know until it’s too late. Join us for Kidney March 2022 - September 9-11. Whatever 2022 brings, the kidney community needs us and we are excited to make Kidney March another amazing experience. Be a Trailblazer, Register for Kidney March 2022 today.

Click here to view our UPCOMING EVENTS calendar
- Save the Date: Sat, Oct. 23, 2021, Kidney March Celebration & Alumni Reunion

Kidney March 2021
Closing Ceremony

What an amazing journey! Words cannot express how proud The Kidney Foundation of Canada is of every Marcher and Crew member who participated in Kidney March 2021! Please enjoy the Closing Ceremony and celebrate the amazing accomplishments of 2021 with us. Thank you to all our Marchers, Crew, friends, family, sponsors and supporters.

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September 9-11, 2022

Watch Closing Ceremony

2021 Fundraising Goal

Goal $1,000,000.00 CAD
Achieved $869,973.46 CAD
Some offline donations and sponsorships may not be applied to this fundraising total.

2021 Top 5 Fundraising

  1. 1. Team Alysha; Princess Warriors$116,852.69
  2. 2. Sole Sisters & the Misters$62,011.67
  3. 3. KIDneyKIDs$49,192.29
  4. 4. BeCauseYuKan$43,298.98
  5. 5. J Walkers$42,735.76

2021 Top 5 Fundraising Individuals

  1. 1. Feisal Somji$64,649.00
  2. 2. Deborah Johnson$40,185.76
  3. 3. Julian Midgley$16,200.00
  4. 4. Laura Comfort$15,969.32
  5. 5. James Maxim$15,466.00

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13 hours ago

Kidney March
The University of Alberta is looking for people with dialysis experience in Alberta to join their community advisory committee. The committee will be helping with a research project supported by The Kidney Foundation of Canada titled, 'Tailoring a pathway for mental health care for Albertans on dialysis'If you or someone you know might be interested, contact Charlotte Berendonk at or 780-248-1096 for more information. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 days ago

Kidney March
WEBINAR: October 19, 2021 - 2:30pm MTMoving your body and staying physically active is one of the best things you can do for your health. It’s never too late to start!Join The Kidney Foundation for a FREE webinar. Register at: for this FREE webinar:📆 October 19, 2021⏰ 6:00pm NDTIt’s never too late to start moving your body! 💪 Join us for a webinar all about starting and staying physically active. Kevin Douillette, Master of Kinesiology Student, will address the benefits of physical activity to kidney disease, how to start moving your body in a safe way and how to progress. We will then take an active break with Yoga Instructor, Pam Martin-McDonald, who will guide us through 20 minutes of gentle, easy movements. Stick around after the active break to hear from Sarah Newman who will speak about her inspiring journey with physical activity while living with chronic kidney disease. Moving your body and staying physically active is one of the best things you can do for your health. Staying active can help you feel good by lifting your mood, helping you sleep better at night, and helping you to manage stress. It can also help you to maintain a healthy body weight, control your blood pressure and cholesterol, and improve your mobility.Questions?📧 ☎️ 902-200-8539 / 1-800-563-0626 ... See MoreSee Less
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4 days ago

Kidney March
Kadeem is a lung transplant recipient who knows first-hand what it's like to navigate the health care system. Watch his video to learn more about how the transplant community can come together and share their lived experience to help improve the system for all Canadians. ... See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

Kidney March
The Kidney Foundation invites you to take part in a study by the University of Manitoba on the experiences of families of children who are immunocompromised during COVID-19. Participants must be 18+. To learn more: ... See MoreSee Less
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