Thank you for supporting the 2021 Tune Up Your Kidneys Online Auction!

Through October 8th, you can still support one of our fund-a-need opportunities.

Donate directly to the Pediatric Nephrology Fund here or using the Donate Now link below.

 
Thank you to everyone who participated in the Tune Up Your Kidneys Silent Auction in support of the Pediatric Nephrology Center of Excellence at Levine Children’s. We are excited to announce that we have raised over $30,000 (and counting) with your incredible support!

If you won an auction item, an Atrium Health Foundation teammate will be in contact with you. Missed winning an item? You can still support the PNCOE! Through Friday, October 8th fund-a-need opportunities will be available on TUYK2021.ggo.bid. You can also donate on the auction website or online via Atrium Health Foundation, below.

 

The Pediatric Nephrology Center of Excellence: Building the premier pediatric kidney care center in the Southeast

Ranked by U.S. News & World Report as one of the country’s top destinations for pediatric kidney care, Atrium Health’s Levine Children’s Hospital offers an expert team of doctors, nurses and around-the-clock specialists dedicated to getting your child back to good health. Atrium Health combines this nationally renowned expertise with Levine Children’s Hospital’s child-focused care and amenities to bring you care that’s both leading-edge and kid-friendly.

At Levine Children’s Hospital, we are also creating the Pediatric Nephrology Center of Excellence, which will expand our research, increase our education models, and re-write the standards of quality and care delivery for children with kidney disease.  Use this link to support the Pediatric Nephrology Center of Excellence and help us provide world-class kidney care to children in the Southeast.

 

Learn more about the Pediatric Nephrology Center of Excellence

and our grateful patient families:

 

Watch the 2020 Tune Up Your Kidney’s Broadcast and Celebration:

 

See also: Fox 23 News Story (September 2020): Family celebrates lifesaving gift received 7 years ago on Christmas Eve