Kidney Walk & Celebration Events


2022 Mobile Kidney Walk 
March 19, 2022
Honorary Chair: Jeff St. Clair
Springhill Medical Center

Honorary Patient Chair:
James Q. Jardine, M.D.

UMS-Wright Preparatory School
Ervin S. Cooper Stadium – 65 Mobile St.

Questions? Contact Becki Connally at or 251-455-2123


2022 Birmingham Kidney Walk & Celebration
August 13, 2022
Honorary Chairs: Daron Payne, Washington Commanders
& Kemberly Smith

Veteran’s Park – 4800 Valleydale Road

Questions? Contact Brad Cary at or 205-382-6080

The Shoals

2022 Shoals Kidney Walk & Celebration
Sunday, May 1, 2022
Honorary Chair: Henry J. King
King Realty & Auction Company, Inc.

Honorary Patient Chair: Jay Thomas

River Heritage Park – 15 Hightower Place

Questions? Contact JoHelene Patrick at or 256-975-0000


2022 Cars & Coffee for a Cause/Huntsville Kidney Walk & Celebration
Sunday, April 24, 2022

Honorary Chairs: Tracy & George Jones, Century Automotive

MidCity District – 5909 University Dr.

Questions? Contact Jacqueline Jimenez at or 256-957-2220


2022 Montgomery Kidney Walk & Celebration
May 7, 2022
Honorary Chairs: David & Susan Ingram
Jack Ingram Motors

Honorary Patient Chair: Charlie Belle Jacks

Montgomery Riverwalk Stadium – 200 Coosa St.

Questions? Contact Shannon Morrell at or 334-430-8716


2022 Wiregrass Kidney Walk & Celebration
April 9, 2022
Honorary Chairs: Alan & Marty Clark
DSI Security

Honorary Patient Chair: Tiffany Davis

Westgate Park Kiwanis Pavilion – 800 Deerpath Rd.

Questions? Contact Lisa Baity at or 334-547-8467


You can help improve the quality of life for Alabama’s kidney patients by giving your time. Whether you want to volunteer on a regular basis or occasionally, your involvement will be appreciated.

Volunteer Opportunities

  • Participate in the annual Kidney Celebration events as an Individual Walker, Team Captain, or as a volunteer on walk day.
  • Volunteer at a Kidney Education Conference where patients gather free of charge for a full day of instruction on a variety of kidney disease subjects.
  • Help as an office assistant for seasonal mailings.
  • Get involved locally with a Regional Office.

Interested in volunteering?

State Office

(205) 900-7250
David Reeves

North Alabama/Shoals Regional Office

(256) 975-0000
JoHelene Patrick

Huntsville Regional Office

(256) 957-2220
Jacqueline Jimenez

Central Alabama/Birmingham Regional Office

(205) 382-6080
Brad Cary

Middle Alabama/Montgomery Regional Office

(334) 430-8716
Shannon Morrell

South Alabama/Mobile Regional Office

(251) 721- 0235
Dawn Rencher

Wiregrass Area

(334) 547-8467
Lisa Baity

Make a Donation

The Power of the Gift

Each year, the Alabama Kidney Foundation meets thousands of requests for help by distributing more than 70% of its operating budget to kidney patients through its assistance programs. We are able to continue our mission because of generous supporters like you. Your gift can make a difference! Your donation enables us to assist Alabama’s kidney disease patients when they have nowhere else to turn.

Please consider making a difference for thousands of Alabamians today by making a tax-deductible gift to the Foundation. You can donate online by going to the AKF’s Network for Good page.

You can mail your check to:

Alabama Kidney Foundation
265 Riverchase Parkway East, Suite 106
Birmingham, AL 35244
(205) 900-7250 + (888) 585-1712 + FAX (205) 848-2006

Giving Levels

Donor (up to $25) Friend ($500 – $999)
Backer ($25 – $99) Patron ($1,000 – $2,499)
Partner ($100 – $249) Philanthropist ($2,500 – $4,999)
Supporter ($250 – $499 up) Benefactor ($5,000 and up)

Planned Giving

Alabama Kidney Foundation’s Legacy Society

The AKF’s Legacy Society honors the charitable individuals who will leave a lasting impact on Alabama’s kidney patients through a gift from their estate. Each year, thousands of kidney patients in need turn to the AKF for financial assistance, education, and support services. As a member of the Legacy Society, you will become part of a group of individuals and families who care about the continuity of critical services the AKF provides to Alabama kidney patients.

A planned gift can be a simple request in your will or a more complex arrangement involving a charitable remainder or lead trust. You can use charitable assets that range from cash and stock to real estate or a life insurance policy.

How to join our Legacy Society

Becoming a Legacy Society member is simple. Include the Alabama Kidney Foundation as a beneficiary of a gift from your estate and notify us that you have done so. We can help you or your professional advisor with recommended language to fulfill your charitable intent.

Benefits of membership

One of the greatest benefits you will receive from becoming a Legacy Society member is knowing that your legacy will continue to help Alabama’s kidney patients for years to come.

Other benefits include:

  • Access to our expert staff to help you fulfill your personal philanthropic goals.
  • Lapel pin that identifies you as a Legacy Society member and a supporter of the AKF’s mission.
  • Invitations to special events throughout the year.
  • Recognition in our Legacy Society membership roster (with your permission) as published in various newsletters and publications. Anonymity is also available, either during your lifetime only or beyond, as you wish.