Many people, particularly those who have been supported or support Kidney Support Network (KSN) during their lifetime, choose to leave a bequest. Every gift, large or small, makes an incredible difference to our future and the future of others suffering from kidney disease.

Robert Watts

robert-wattsIt is my habit to give a donation to worthy causes. About a year ago I saw the name Kidney Support Network. My decision was to leave the balance of my estate as a gift in my Will.  I nominated KSN in my Will because I believe KSN is committed to providing quality care services. They always respond well to my needs and the needs of others.


Lyndal Clark

Lyndal had Kidney Disease for over 30 years and underwent Peritoneal Dialysis and Haemodialysis and received two kidney transplants during her lifetime.

In Lyndal’s words, she “knew how important it is for people with Kidney Disease to have access to support, information and services. The Kidney Support Network is an outstanding, dedicated and caring organisation that provides this vital support“.

Lyndal gave more than a donation to KSN and dedicated many years to the Childhood Kidney Support Network (CKSN) as Coordinator and became a Member of the KSN Management Committee. Sadly we lost Lyndal in 2016.  Her legacies continue through the Kidney Support Network and our Kidney Kids Program.

Lyndal had said “I am proud to be a KSN Member as I know they are truly making a difference in so many people’s lives – children, adolescents and adults. That is why I have left a Bequest to the Kidney Support Network so that they can continue their essential work in the community“.