KidneyTexas, Inc. The Runway Report Transforming Lives
2017 Luncheon and Fashion Show
Tuesday, September 26, 2017
10:30 a.m. Reception
11:00 a.m. Fashion Show
12:00 p.m. Luncheon
Brook Hollow Golf Club
8301 Harry Hines Blvd.
Dallas, TX 75235
Christine Martin and Susan Russell, Luncheon Chairs
Andrea Alcorn, President, KidneyTexas, Inc.
Linda and Steve Ivy
Lifetime Achievement Award
Sue Goodnight Service Award
Over The Top Awards
As of April 14
Dustin Holcomb and Nerissa von Helpenstill, TOOTSIES
Dee Lincoln, Dee Lincoln Prime
TOOTSIES. Fashions from TOOTSIES will be featured in the runway presentation produced by Jan Strimple. In the preamble to the fashion show, supporters who have donated or received a kidney or who have made a large financial commitment to others living with or impacted by the disease share their personal stories and walk the runway.
Ron Corning, News Anchor, WFAA Channel 8.
Jody Dean, Morning Show Co-Host, KLUV 98.7 FM
The morning begins with a reception, followed by the runway style fashion show produced by Jan Strimple, which is always a fabulous event including fun surprises. It is all topped off with a delicious luncheon.
Underwriting begins at $2,500 and levels up to $50,000. Table Hosts, Sponsors and Underwriters benefits include preferred seating at the luncheon and fashion show, special program visibility and more. A limited number of $250 seats are available. Patron Individual seating tickets are at $500 and $1,000.
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For our donors who would like to donate investments to our organization - you CAN! A nice gifting strategy that many people utilize is a donation of appreciated investments. This in turn allows for a possible charitable deduction to you in addition to being able to forgo large taxable gains of that holding! We have partnered with TD Ameritrade and will be happy to give you the transfer instructions to provide to your financial organization.
Attention KidneyTexas donors age 70.5+ - for those of you who don't know, you can donate your RMD (Required Minimum Distribution) from your IRATax-Free! Here are a few items to know about this gifting strategy in order to keep it tax-free to you:
1) The distribution must come from the IRA directly to the charitable organization/institution (it cannot go to you first)
2) Limit is $100,000 per donor out of the IRA per calendar year
3) Generally, the donation must be made by December 31st of the year of your Required Minimum Distribution
For more information, contact Ilona Friedman firstname.lastname@example.org
* Parkland Foundation: $30,500, kidney dialysis Unit;
* Baylor Health Care System Foundation: $30,000, five year study of kidney transplants;
* UT Southwestern Medical Center: $29,925, kidney related research;
* Children’s Medical Center Foundation: $20,500, hemodialysis and blood pressure machines;
* Camp Reynal: $19,500;
* Texas Health Resources Foundation: $14,214, hemodialysis machine.
October Tea featuring Royal Chef Darren McGrady
November event honoring Men of Kidney
Visit the web site at http://www.kidneytexas.org
or call 214-891-0896.
The purpose of KidneyTexas, Inc. is to provide funding to improve the methods of treatment, the search for a cure and prevention of kidney disease and other kindred or contributory diseases; and to develop more adequate provision for the care of persons suffering from such diseases.
Debilitating kidney diseases impact approximately 20 million people in the United States today. Groups at high risk include African Americans, Hispanics, senior citizens and people with diabetes. In Texas, there are over 30,000 people on dialysis and 4,000 on a transplant list. The number of patients on dialysis is anticipated to double this decade.
Since 1999, the dedicated volunteers of KidneyTexas, Inc. have worked in tandem with our generous underwriters to raise over $3.1 million for local efforts to improve the ability to diagnose and manage kidney disease.
Each fall KidneyTexas, Inc. hosts its Luncheon & Style Show in an effort to raise money for designated beneficiaries and awareness for a disease that affects millions of people each year. The success of this event depends heavily upon the contributions and dedication of our Dallas business and community leaders, and we're asking for your support.