Saving lives feet first
To combat kidney disease
- Jenny Bridge just donated $21.10
- Bradley Heffernan just donated $42.20
- Paul Maddern just donated $20.00
- Len Bagnall just donated $37.98
- Fiona Raybeck just donated $47.00
- Engadine Bowling Club just donated $520.00
- Engadine BC 100 Club just donated $340.00
- Allan Jenkins just donated $52.75
- Chris Brasher just donated $84.40
- Deborah Eastwood just donated $37.98
- archana just donated $36.00
- The Pittards just donated $52.75
- Amy just donated $20.00
- Mark Ferguson just donated $52.75
- Anonymous just donated $50.00
- Zac, Jess, Sharlee, Steph & Josie just donated $52.75
- Sophie Broadbent just donated $158.25
- Kylie Stam just donated $52.75
- Ausrelief Limited just donated $2343.95
- TRex just donated $102.34
Why Red Socks you ask?
Right now, there is no cure for kidney disease so once diagnosed with kidney failure, many people will have to spend long periods of time undertaking dialysis.
On average people with kidney disease spend 60 hours a month on dialysis, strapped to a machine that cleans their blood.
Although it’s a life-saving treatment that is essential in keeping patients alive, the aftermath can leave them feeling extremely fatigued, unwell, dizzy and nauseous. Whilst on dialysis, a person's body will get very cold, particularly their feet.
So, this October let your ankles do the talking and wear your Red Socks to show people living with kidney disease you care.
Lesley was diagnosed with kidney disease when she was 29 years old, not long after she got home from her honeymoon.