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Your donation to the division will support our ongoing research to develop new treatments and cures for those who suffer from kidney disease and to train the next generation of kidney doctors at the bench and the bedside.

How you can give

You may make a one-time gift or set up monthly contributions on this site.

If you are considering a specific gift, please connect with Kathryn Hunter, Director of Development, at: or 919-843-4155.

What You Can Support

UNC Kidney Center Gift Fund

The UNC Kidney Center Gift Fund supports research through travel grants, summer research projects for undergraduates, and to support/supplement faculty research efforts. The fund will also help cover some of the expense of the ongoing outreach program instituted to educate the population of North Carolina about kidney disease prevention, provide free kidney screenings and support kidney patients with emergent needs.

Nephrology Advancement Fund

The Nephrology Advancement Fund allows the division chief to make timely decisions about where resources are needed the most.

Nephrology Research & Teaching Fund

The Nephrology Research & Teaching Fund supports research and training in the Division of Nephrology.

Researcher in the lab

Nephrology Fellowship Fund

The Nephrology Fellowship Fund helps us provide comprehensive Fellowship Programs, allowing fellows to pursue research and leadership opportunities at national conferences and seminars; supporting visiting lecturers from across the country; and funding educational materials and subscriptions.

Carolina Kidney Kids for Pediatric Nephrology

The Carolina Kidney Kids for Pediatric Nephrology Fund provides support for pediatric nephrology programs

Other Ways To Give

1] You may set up a monthly bank draft to support the division.
2] Faculty and staff of UNC may contribute to the Division via payroll deduction.
3] You may gift appreciated securities, stocks, bonds, or mutual funds, and receive considerable tax advantages.

To make a gift to support a specific priority or if you have any questions on supporting the UNC Division of Rheumatology, Allergy, and Immunology, please connect with Kathryn Hunter, Director of Development, at: or 919-843-4155.