The Iya Foundation @ The National Kidney Foundation Kidney Walk in New York City 2014
Kidney Walk is the nation’s largest walk to fight kidney disease. Held in nearly 100 communities, the event raises awareness and funds lifesaving programs that educate and support patients, their families and those at risk.
Walking In Honor Of My Amazing And God Sent Donor – My Fair Lady – My Mommy Rose Bekondo; As Well As All The Amazing Donors Out There – Whether Living Or In Passing. You Guys Are Our Heros’. Our Recipients of The First Ever Iya Foundation Financial Assistant Award And All The Hundred Thousands Of People Living With End Stage Renal Disease – Everyday Is A Battle And I Applaud You For Staying Strong And Keeping The Fight Alive.
Also Walking In Appreciation Of All Our Amazing Supporters Who Have Contributed To Our Growing Success Thus Far In Accomplishing Our Mission Of Awareness. Prevention. Treatment. Early Detection. Empowerment. Support. Giving Back. Organ Donation. Cheers To My Health Care Team – Same One For The Past 14 Years In The US- And Those Back Home During My Early Years.
Remembering Team Democracy House And First Presbyterian Church Metuchen Who Were The Pioneers Of The Iya Project.
Special Thanks To My Amazing Board Members Who Go Out Of Their Busy Schedules To Make Sure Our Mission Is Accomplished.
To My Family And Friends – Thank You Immensely For Always Being There – In My Good, Bad, Better, Odd, Best Times. I Love You. All of You Continue To Inspire Me As A Person; And The Way I Continue To Self Develop In Living A Selfless And Fulfilling Life Through Advocacy.
Proud of All The People Who Walk Just Because. I Am Even More Inspired.
It Was A Great Walk. Met Some Awesome People. Heard Amazing Stories. Made Some Great Connections. Plenty Of Good Stuff Coming To You In The Near Future From The Iya Foundation. We Love You.
Thank You National Kidney Foundation For This Amazing Event.