HOME|ABOUT US|CONTACT US|LOCAL OFFICES

Start Employee Giving | Solutions | Our Charities
Donate
Text Size
username
password
   
Forgot Password










Follow Me on Pinterest

News and Events

6 Ways to Know if Your Child Has a Vision Problem

Boy with Glasses





Eye problems that are not corrected can lead to a permanent loss of sight later in life.



[More news and events]

 
Stories of Caring
 

Total U.S. Kidney Patients AKF Helped in 2008Jazz singer Felena Bunn shares how the American Kidney Fund saved her life by Kate Howard
March 17, 2010

By age of 25, the glorious voice of Chicago jazz singer Felena Bunn had taken her to every continent on the globe except Africa. She was saving Africa for a special trip, a homecoming of sorts for this African-American woman. A stroke in 2001, at age 26, caused by high blood pressure put the trip on hold. Her doctors couldn’t determine the cause, but recommended Bunn improve her diet, increase exercise and lose weight. So, she did—and the fast-track lifestyle that comes with success in the music business had to slow down, too.


Share a story.



The American Kidney Fund fights kidney disease through direct financial support to patients in need; health education; and prevention efforts.


 

 

CAREERS|HOME|MEDIA|SITE SEARCH|SITE MAP

Top Rated CharityCopyright © 2012 Community Health Charities BBB Accredited Charity
info@healthcharities.org
privacy policy


Login
space