30 Best Kidney Donor Blogs and Websites
Kidney Donor Blogs
Here are 30 Best Kidney Donor Blogs you should follow in 2023
1. Could You Be a Kidney Donor? What to Expect If You Give the Greatest Gift.
A self-described wimp, I share my story of donating to my son, along with timely posts, practical resources, and FAQs to help donors and would-be donors--and anyone with an interest in supporting those with kidney disease.
784 ⋅1 post / week Get Email Contact More
Oakland, California, US
Bringing you my expertise and unique experiences as kidney doctor (nephrologist), former primary care doctor, patient (kidney donor), and someone who loves somebody living with kidney failure, through storytelling.
Also in Nephrology Blogs
260⋅ 8.6K ⋅1 post / quarter ⋅ Feb 2014 Get Email Contact More
3. Living Kidney Donation
Swindon, England, UK
I am Diane Franks from Swindon, UK (previously Lambourn) and an Altruistic Kidney Donor. This is my 'diary' of becoming a kidney donor. I hope you find it informative and helpful perhaps it will also inspire you.
255 ⋅1 post / quarter ⋅ Feb 2009 Get Email Contact More
4. Advocacy in Action Blog
NKF advocates for people affected by chronic kidney disease, dialysis, donation and transplantation.
273K ⋅ Sep 2011 Get Email Contact More
5. Ask the Doctor | Living Donation
New York, US
A National Kidney Foundation Blog.
273K⋅ 42.3K ⋅2 posts / year ⋅ May 2011 Get Email Contact More
6. Tiny Super Heroes
Webster Groves, Missouri, US
TinySuperheroes has a BIG mission to empower Extraordinary kids as they overcome illness or disability! Our Squad is a group for kids with ALL abilities.
102.8K⋅ 7.6K ⋅ Feb 2013 Get Email Contact More
7. PKD News Blog
A Kidney Donor Blog.
Mar 2013 Get Email Contact More
8. Emory Healthcare | Transplant
Atlanta, Georgia, US
Advancing treatment, outcomes and research in Transplant care.
72K⋅ 28.2K ⋅ Aug 2010 Get Email Contact More
9. National Kidney Foundation | Serving Maryland and Delaware
New York, US
The National Kidney Foundation of Maryland and Delaware is dedicated to preventing kidney and urinary tract diseases, improving the health and well-being of individuals and families affected by these diseases and increasing the availability of all organs for transplantation.
2 ⋅ Dec 2015 Get Email Contact More
10. Kidney March
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
The Kidney March is an event created by The Kidney Foundation of Canada. We are volunteers, staff members, donors, and individuals living with the disease, from all walks of life, all across Canada.
3.3K⋅ 2K⋅ 1.1K ⋅12 posts / year Get Email Contact More
11. The National Kidney Foundation | Kidney Cars
New York, US
Dedicated to the awareness, prevention and treatment of kidney disease, the NKF helps those who care for, suffer from, and are at risk of kidney disease.
1.4K⋅ 42.3K Get Email Contact More
12. National Foundation for Transplants
Memphis, Tennessee, US
National Foundation for Transplants exists to save lives and remove barriers which delay or prevent transplantation.
6.1K ⋅21 posts / year ⋅ Sep 2008 Get Email Contact More
13. Alaska Kidney Patients Association
The Alaska Kidney Patients Association is committed to providing support, education and advocacy for kidney patients and their families, encouraging organ donation, public education and the prevention of kidney disease.
1K⋅ 787 ⋅ Apr 2017 Get Email Contact More
14. Kidney For Jenna | Karol Franks
Los Angeles, California, US
Jenna is 25 years old and was on dialysis for 3 years before getting a kidney transplant. She's had nearly 6 years with The Brave Little Kidney.
2.9K Get Email Contact More
15. Long Island Trio | Kidney Transplant
New York, US
LI TRIO is a non-profit all volunteer organization committed to improving the quality of lives touched by the miracle of transplantation through education, support, advocacy, and organ donation and transplantation awareness.
184 ⋅ May 2014 Get Email Contact More
16. Maribel's Kidney Story
My lifesaving journey. I was recently was relisted with UC Davis Transplant Center and now actively looking for my next gift of life. After fighting kidney failure for 12 years, the many procedures, a kidney transplant, fighting valley fever had brought much frailty to my condition has made me lose important muscle mass and all my body systems.
613⋅ 240 ⋅ Sep 2006 Get Email Contact More
17. Living Donors Are People Too | The Real Living Donor Experience
The Real Living Donor Experience; Absolutely No Hero Worship Allowed.
Mar 2005 Get Email Contact More
18. Get Loud for Kidney
Santa Barbara, California, US
Inspiring real life stories of love, bravery, compassion and selflessness. Highlighting those who are living with kidney failure, living kidney donors, family members of patients and those in the medical field.
3.9K⋅ 118⋅ 2.3K ⋅ Oct 2017 Get Email Contact More
19. Fifty Something Wellness Blog | Kidney Donor
I share information for the overall well-being of people 50 and older, but any age is welcome. Also share my journey as a kidney donor, laughter w/my daughter
195 ⋅ May 2017 Get Email Contact More
20. Suzanne F. Ruff | PKD Advocate, Living Donor, and Author of The Reluctant Donor
Suzanne is also a volunteer and speaker to raise awareness about organ donation and to fight to find a cure for polycystic kidney disease.
202 ⋅ Apr 2010 Get Email Contact More
21. A Kidney Story | My Awesome Experience as A Kidney Donor
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
A blog chronicling my story of living kidney donation.
Jun 2012 Get Email Contact More
22. Radjazz | A Kidney Donation Blog
A Kidney Donation Blog. Brothers sharing body parts!
Jul 2017 Get Email Contact More
23. Kidney Donor thoughts | My success at being a Living Kidney Donor
Follow me from the beginning of my decision to be a Living Kidney Donor, for my Boyfriend, to the end. From testing, to emotions, to risks, I plan to talk about it all.
Dec 2013 Get Email Contact More
24. Alysia's blog
I'm a two-time kidney transplant recipient and I'm sharing my life through this lens.I often identify myself as someone with an invisible illness. Here on my blog, I hope to share my life as someone living with a chronic illness, transplant and autoimmune disease--with some random thoughts and other stories thrown into the mix.If you've ever felt dismissed, unheard or unseen living with a chronic illness, disability or disease, I'm here with you. By sharing my experiences, I hope to amplify the fact that you can live a fulfilling life despite a diagnosis and health challenges.
Also in Dialysis Blogs
Jul 2011 Get Email Contact More
25. OOK | Only One Kidney | Donating A Kidney & Life Afterward
I am a 40-something lady, who loves her husband, her two dogs, and doing triathlons. I also happen to be someone who donated a kidney to a family member. The point of this blog is to follow my life post donation and see how it goes with only one kidney. So far, so good! I completed a full Ironman about two years after donation!
Nov 2011 Get Email Contact More
26. Diary of a Kidney Donor
The story of Matthew's journey of donating a kidney to his younger brother. The aim of this blog is to record the experience and thoughts of a potential kidney donor from the first thought of donating a kidney for as far as I am able to go in this process.
Mar 2012 Get Email Contact More
Kidney Donor Bloggers
|Blogger Name||Blog Link||Total Blog Posts|
|National Kidney Foundation||kidneyfoundation.wordpress.com/category/living-donation||22|
|Suzanne F. Ruff||suzanneruff.com/my-blog||14|
|Emory Transplant Center||advancingyourhealth.org/category/organ-transplant||13|
Kidney Donor Blog Topics
|Topic||Number of posts|
|Polycystic Kidney Disease||10|
|News & Community||9|
|National Kidney Foundation||3|
|Race And Medicine||2|
|Chronic Kidney Disease||2|
|National Living Donor Assistance Center||2|
|Kidney-Related Health Questions||2|
|Ask The Doctor||2|
|National Foundation For Transplants||1|
|World Kidney Day||1|
|Topic||Past Month Count|