Thursday , 25 December 2014
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The National Kidney Foundation of Florida Announces Akerman Senterfitt and Charles Schuette to Partake in 2013 Miami Kidney Walk.

image003The National Kidney Foundation of Florida (NKFF) is proud to announce Charles Schuette as the Corporate Chairman of the 2013 Miami Kidney Walk and Akerman Senterfitt as the presenting sponsor! Mr. Schuette previously served as Chairman and CEO of Akerman Senterfitt and is currently on the board of trustees for the National Kidney Foundation of Florida. The Miami Kidney Walk will take place February 24th at Bayfront Park in Downtown Miami.

“Join me in support of the 2013 Miami Kidney Walk presented by Akerman Senterfitt. The Miami Kidney Walk is an opportunity for the South Florida community to come together and help raise funds to fight kidney disease. This disease affects 1 in 9 Floridians,and another 1 out of 3 adults in Florida are “at risk” for chronic kidney disease, a looming public health crisis worthy of our support. I look forward to having you on board with the NKFF, Akerman Senterfitt and myself in reaching our fundraising goals.”

~ Charles Schuette, 2013 Miami Kidney Walk Chair

The 2013 Miami Kidney Walk is February 24th at Bayfront Park in Downtown Miami. Registration opens at 8:30a, 5k walk starts at 10:00am. Please visit: www.miamikidneywalk.org to help us meet our fundraising goals.

The success of this Walk relies on our sponsors and team captains. It’s a great way to become involved in a worthy cause, raising awareness of kidney disease; building company camaraderie and enjoying a day out with family and friends. To sponsor or become a team captain, contact Zoe Plasencia at (305) 854-5690 or zplasencia@kidneyfla.org.

The mission of the National Kidney Foundation of Florida is to prevent kidney and urinary tract diseases, improve the health and well-being of individuals and families affected by these diseases and increase the availability of all organs for transplantation. For more information call 800-927-9659 or visit www.kidneyfla.org.

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