AAKP's 5th Annual Fun Walk
virtual: december 4-8
in person: december 9
This year’s virtual AAKP Fun Walk will offer an in-person component December 9, as well as a virtual component December 4-8 to allow for participants to make the most out of the experience and participate in activities at their own pace and schedule!
Please contact the AAKP office with questions about registration. 800-749-2257 or email@example.com
It's never been easier to participate!
Registration is only $25 per person! All registrants will receive an AAKP Fun Walk t-shirt. Sizes are based on availability and can be requested during registration on a first come, first served basis. The first 100 Fun Walk registrants will also receive an AAKP swag bag filled with everything you need to get moving, including a pair of AAKP socks, shoe laces, and exercise towel! For an additional $5 donation, receive an AAKP Decade of the Kidney™ commemorative coin!
This year’s AAKP Fun Walk will be hosted December 5-9, 2022, to allow for participants to make the most out of the experience and participate in activities at their own pace and schedule!
The AAKP Fun Walk is a unique opportunity for individuals affected by kidney diseases, their friends, family members and local communities across the globe to come together to raise awareness of this chronic illness that impacts an estimated 850 million people worldwide and support the great work of AAKP.
AAKP is the oldest and largest, fully independent kidney patient organization in the U.S.A–AAKP is dedicated to improving the lives and long-term outcomes of kidney patients through education, advocacy, patient engagement and the fostering of patient communities. AAKP fights for early disease detection including appropriate diagnosis of rare/ genetic diseases; increased kidney transplantation and pre-emptive transplantation; full patient choice of either incenter or home dialysis; protection of the patient/physician relationship; promotion of research and innovation including artificial implantable and wearable kidneys; and the elimination of barriers for patient access to available treatment options.