To celebrate National Kidney Month 2017, the NKF is bringing patients, physicians and community leaders together to go “all-in” for kidney health! Guests will enjoy dinner, dancing, games, and prizes – all while “raising the ante” for the awareness, prevention and treatment of kidney disease.
The National Kidney Foundation is partnering with Sheriff Irwin Carmichael and Scottie Hartsell at the Martial Arts Training Institute to hold a self defense course fundraiser. This course will outline the following: the profile of an attacker, blocking and striking techniques, home security, defense against grabs, holds, and chokes, and the laws and legalities of self-defense. 100% of the proceeds will go to the National Kidney Foundation.
A minimum donation of $20 per bowler will be accepted at the door and includes: 2-hours of bowling, free shoe rental and 1 raffle ticket for some awesome prizes. A FREE personal pan pizza will be given to each bowler having at least $100 in pledges (due the day of the event) and prizes will be given to bowlers raising the most money. Prizes awarded for most strikes, perfect 300 game, highest overall score and most gutter balls! This fundraiser supports the NKF ensure better outcomes for the 26 million Americans impacted by kidney disease.