In Memory of Angela

In Memory of Angela A year ago, June 16, 2019, Angela left us to be with the Lord. Only we know how difficult, heart wrenching and painful it was to move on without her guidance, her laughter, her love and her wisdom. We miss her but we know that she is definitely at peace. She…

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A Couple of Warriors

A couple of warriors - photo of Marcos and Dawn.

A Couple Of Warriors “Take your binders babe.” “Do you have extra prednisone I can borrow?” These types of conversations are not the “normal” conversations most couples have, but for us, it’s normal, and it’s the life we live and the hand we were dealt. I met Marcos 16 years ago when I was on…

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For Kidney’s Sake’s 4th Annual Patient Awards Dinner

4th Annual Gala - 2018

Embracing The Journey Annual Gala Hello my friends!  As the Fall season is approaching, the team at For Kidney’s Sake are.excited to be preparing for our 4th Annual Patient Awards Dinner/Gala. The theme of this year’s dinner will be “Embracing the Journey”. Please purchase tickets through Paypal. Our gala will be held on Sunday, November…

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Patient To Patient – “The Patient Navigator”

Blog post about being being a patient navigator and having chronic kidney disease.

I titled this blog, “Patient To Patient” because although I am no longer a dialysis patient, I am a transplant patient and I still have chronic kidney disease and I will have it for the rest of my life… and it’s ok because it has to be. I work with patients 5 days a week…

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My Story: How I Coped With Dialysis & Depression

Angela L. Davis is the founder of For Kidney’s Sake, Inc, a nonprofit based in Queens, New York, that helps dialysis patients overcome isolation and depression by participating in fun and educational social events. She was honored as the American Kidney Fund Hero of Hope in 2015 for her commitment to making life better for…

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Wonder Woman Bracelets

Life isn’t always a bowl of cherries; but we don’t have to stay in the pits. We all go through some things, some way tougher than others. What really matters is how we handle it and how we approach it. How much faith do we have ourselves? Do we turn to others or do we…

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