Orange you glad you celebrated World Kidney Day? We are!

Take a look at just a few of the ways World Kidney Day was celebrated around the country!

WKD in NY

In New York, NKF closed NASDAQ, and the Empire State Building glowed orange!

Sidney the Kidney joined National Kidney Foundation staff wearing orange and drinking water.

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The Governor of Delaware signed a proclamation pledging to continue to raise awareness and combat kidney disease in the state of Delaware.  In California, the LA County Board of Supervisors Commemorated National Kidney Month 2015 and partnered with NKF to present Your Kidneys and You.  In Chicago, subway cars and buses promoted #KidneyMonth and kidney health screenings.  Numerous other Your Kidneys and You awareness presentations and KEEP Healthy kidney screenings were given around the country.  Other major landmarks, including the Superdome in New Orleans and Duke Energy Building in Charlotte were illuminated in orange.

WKD Collage

In Florida, a dedication ceremony was held for the Richard K. Salick Post Office, with U. S. Postal Service District Manager, Nancy Rettinhouse; Deborah Mostafavi, Postmaster of the newly named Richard K. Salick Post Office; Representative Bill Posey (FL-8); Phil Salick (Rich’s brother); and Cocoa Beach Mayor Dave Netterstrom.  Rich’s family (David, Philip, Michelle) and hundreds of friends and supporters were there to share in this special day.

Salick PO Dedication

How did you and your kidneys celebrate?  Let us know in the comments section below.

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The National Kidney Foundation's advocacy movement is for all people affected by CKD, transplant candidates and recipients, living and potential donors, donor families and caregivers. We empower, educate and encourage you to get involved on issues relating to CKD, donation and transplantation.
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