Mission Statement
The purpose of KidneyTexas, Inc. is to provide funding to improve the methods of treatment, the search for a cure and prevention of kidney disease and other kindred or contributory diseases; and to develop more adequate provision for the care of persons suffering from such diseases.


Past Presidents and Luncehon Chairmen

Past Honorary Chairmen


Recipients of the Sue Goodnight Service Award



Statistics
Debilitating kidney diseases impact approximately 20 million people in the United States today. Groups at high risk include African Americans, Hispanics, senior citizens and people with diabetes. In Texas, there are over 30,000 people on dialysis and 4,000 on a transplant list. The number of patients on dialysis is anticipated to double this decade.

History
Since 1999, the dedicated volunteers of KidneyTexas, Inc. have worked in tandem with our generous underwriters to raise $3.1 million for local efforts to improve the ability to diagnose and manage kidney disease.

Each fall KidneyTexas, Inc. hosts its Luncheon & Fashion Show in an effort to raise money for designated beneficiaries and awareness for a disease that affects millions of people each year. The success of this event depends heavily upon the contributions and dedication of our Dallas business and community leaders, and we're asking for your support. Coverage of this year's event has appeared in the Dallas Morning News, D Magazine, GrandLuxe, Modern Luxury Dallas, Paper City, Park Cities News, People newspapers, MySweetCharity, Oh So Cynthia and more!

Originators
Martha Ashby
Barbara Bigham
Teeny Board
Anita Browne
Pat Burford
Kelley Burks
Patty Caolo
Nancy Carter
Patricia Cowlishaw
Susan S. Gekiere
Sue Goodnight
Ann Jobe
Mary Lytle
Lorraine Meenan
Mary Miller
Carole Murray
Jeanette Otis *
Pamela Snavely
Vicki Anderson Tighe
Patty Jo Turner
Mary Van Eaton
Emilynn Wilson

* deceased