About 70,000 adults and children in the UK may have Polycystic Kidney Disease or PKD - life-threatening inherited conditions that can cause renal (kidney) failure and affect other organs in the body.

We support those affected, their families and carers. We raise awareness and fund research.

Find out more about PKD.


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PKD Awareness Month Virtual Balloon Race

Virtual Balloon Races
Saturday, 28th September 2019 - Saturday, 5th October 2019
07715 664687
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About the PKD Awareness Month Virtual Balloon Race

Buy your #PKDballoons in support of Awareness Month

The more who know about PKD, the more resources we can dedicate to finding treatments and a cure. #PKDAwareness Month is our opportunity to step up our efforts and gives us a platform to widely spread the word, share stories and encourage others to learn more. This September, buy your virtual #PKDballoons today in solidarity with people across the world who are living with PKD, and be in with the chance of winning £350 of Experience Days Vouchers! The #PKDAwareness Month balloon race is 100% environmentally friendly. Very competitive and huge fun for everyone. Challenge your friends, family and workplace - have a sweep steak with a prize for furthest travelled balloon! Don't miss out - get your balloons before the launch on 28 September.

Everything is real except the balloon. Virtual balloons are released by computer but travel according to real weather data and real geopositioning.

After buying your balloons, decorate them with a photo, or change their colour or shape to suit your tastes and whims. You even get to name your balloon!

Where will your balloons venture?! Click here to find out more and buy your #PKDballoons today – only £3 per entry!



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  • Fundraising Regulator Website
  • Visit PKD International website
  • Visit Ciliopathy Alliance website
  • Visit the Genetic Alliance UK website
  • Rare Disease UK Website
  • Specialised Healthcare Alliance Website
  • FEDERG Website
  • Visit EURORDIS website