In 2019 The Nephrotic Syndrome Foundation delivered 155 Backpacks of Hope, 13 hospital grade thermometers, hosted 25 patient families at Camp, offered 3 Finding Health sessions for caregivers, 3 peer-group sessions, awarded over $3,000 in grants to patient families, AND found over 185 new patient families to serve in 2020! 

 

NSF would like to thank YOU for making it possible. Your donations, love and constant support allowed us to positively impact the lives of each of these patients and families. 

 

Join us as we strive to impact even more lives in 2020.

Mark your calendar...

June 7, 2020

Join us for our 3rd year of tailgate fun!

 

Game Day is our biggest fundraiser of the year, and consists of an ALL INCLUSIVE tailgate extravaganza, and tickets to the Oakland A's vs. SF Giants game! You won't want to miss out on this day full of excitement, games and food!

EARLY BIRD Tickets on sale 3/1! 

"HOPE ❤️❤️❤️.. Love being able to represent a cause that’s bigger than me . It been a blessing to get to know you as a person awhile support, educate & fight for your cause @nephroticsyndromefoundation . My Cause My Cleats goes to @thenames.zeke .. ❤️"

 

- @fbjuicebrown

My Cause My Cleats

We are honored to partner with Fred Brown of the Denver Broncos and "My Cause My Cleats", to raise awareness and support for families impacted by Nephrotic Syndrome!

Join us at our first ever B.Hope Day Volunteer Event

 

Saturday, March 7th. 

We will be putting together Backpacks of Hope for

ONE HUNDRED children diagnosed with Nephrotic Syndrome.

 

Click the volunteer button to join us! Adults, and committed youth (middle school and up) welcome! 

Can't attend? You can still donate to support the program. $250 covers the cost of a Backpack, but any amount is appreciated and helps provide a pediatric patient with a Backpack filled with valuable medical supplies, comfort items, high quality gifts for the patient and siblings, educational materials and more

The Nephrotic Syndrome Foundation is a non-profit organization supporting those diagnosed with Nephrotic Syndrome, their families and the ongoing search for a cure.