Wear a pair to show you care
There are currently 25,000 Australians living with kidney failure. Dialysis or kidney transplant are needed for them to stay alive. For those on dialysis, they spend an average of 60 hours a month hooked to this life-saving machine, which cleans their blood of toxins.
Dialysis can make them feel cold so blankets and warm socks are a must…hence, the idea of red socks was born.
Buy a pair of red socks and show the kidney community you care
Proceeds made will help us to fund research and vital support services.
Rhoda Tjitay's magnificent paintings depict her grandmother’s story, the ancestral creation story Piltati TjukurpaHer grandfather was from Nyapari and grandmother from Makiri, Tjala Ngura. Rhoda is a resident of the Pukatja community in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands in South Australia.
Rhoda created this amazing artwork for Kideny Health Australia to raise awareness of the significant impact of kidney disease on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.