AKF uses emergency funds to aid patients affected by flooding in Kentucky

In response to flooding in Kentucky that has resulted in 37 deaths and 1,300 rescues, the American Kidney Fund has activated its Disaster Relief Program.
The program will provide emergency financial assistance to patients on dialysis and patients who have received kidney transplantations. Patients who live in Breathitt, Clay, Knott, Letcher and Perry counties are encouraged to apply for a $250 grant to help with lost medications, special renal diet foods, temporary housing and transportation to treatment.
“Our thoughts are with the individuals who have lost loved ones and have had to

In response to flooding in Kentucky that has resulted in 37 deaths and 1,300 rescues, the American Kidney Fund has activated its Disaster Relief Program.
The program will provide emergency financial assistance to patients on dialysis and patients who have received kidney transplantations. Patients who live in Breathitt, Clay, Knott, Letcher and Perry counties are encouraged to apply for a $250 grant to help with lost medications, special renal diet foods, temporary housing and transportation to treatment.
“Our thoughts are with the individuals who have lost loved ones and have had to