Kidney Box Kar Challenge

Calling all schools! Learn the importance of kidney health and make a difference to kids living with kidney disease. 

It's easy and fun and we’re here to help you.

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Your students can become Kidney Heroes...

Join the Kidney Box Kar Challenge and make a difference!

It’s simple, all you need is a cardboard box and your imagination. Create a masterpiece and get your students moving whilst supporting kids living with kidney disease.

Follow the simple steps below to get started.....

Step 1 - Register your school

Register your school and access the free Kidney Box Kar Challenge toolkit! The toolkit contains step by step guides and support materials to make your event a success. 

Step 2 - Organise a Kidney Box Kar event

Use the toolkit to help your students create their very own Kidney Box Kars. Organise a parade for them to show their creations to parents and families. 

Step 4 - Fundraise

Ask students for a gold coin donation to participate and help raise vital funds to support kids living with kidney disease. 

Step 4 - Celebrate

Celebrate being a Kidney Hero and supporting children living with kidney disease. Enjoy your Kidney Box Kar event and fundraising success.

What does my school receive?

When you register for the Kidney Box Kar Challenge you will receive a fundraising toolkit with the following:

  • How to Guide - step by step guide on how to create your own Kidney Box Kar and ideas to incorporate the creation into primary school lesson plans for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Maths.

  • Kidney Health Fact Sheet - a fact sheet tailored for primary school students on the role of your kidneys and how to keep them healthy.

  • Impact of support - information on what the money raised will help to support.

  • Fundraising materials - fun templates for you to download and use to make your Kidney Box Kar Challenge a success!

You’ll be supporting kidney kids like Harry….

Harry was born five weeks premature with a large 1 kilo tumour in his abdomen. By the time he was born, it had already done massive damage to his kidneys. One wasn’t working at all. The other was only working at 50%.

Since then he’s endured several major surgeries, three months of chemotherapy, a kidney transplant from his dad, and he needs medication every day of his life.

These are huge pressures for a kidney kid to deal with at such a young age. Children living with kidney disease often suffer from feelings of isolation and low self-esteem. Your support means, children like Harry can connect with other kids facing the same challenges and be supported every step of their journey.