Key Partners/ Funders

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The National Kidney Foundation of Michigan is honored to work with so many wonderful organizations, companies, foundations and individuals each year. While there are thousands who help us serve the people of Michigan each day, below is a list of some of our key donors, partners and funders.

Founders – $25,000+ Dan and Linda Carney
DMC Foundation
Health Alliance Plan
Lear Corporation
Madison Heights Glass Company
McCann Worldgroup
Christine McNeely
John & Phyllis Napley
The Starboard Group

Trustees - $10,000-$24,999 Adrian Steel Company
Jack & Annette Aronson
Ascension Health Ministry Services
Malcolm & Patricia Campbell
Detroit Auto Dealers Association
Detroit Medical Center/Wayne State University
Detroit Tigers Inc.
First American Title Company
Gary Family Foundation
General Motors Company
GKN Driveline Americas
GM Fleet & Commerical Operations
Greenfield Health Systems
Jason & Stacey Hall
Henry Ford Health System Herman Miller, Inc.
Kohl's Department Stores, Inc.
LaFontaine Automotive Group
Magna Electronics
Michigan Kidney Consultants
MillerCoors LLC
Morley Companies Incorporated
Northwest Detroit Dialysis Center
Old Republic National Title Insurance Company
Jae Vitale Plawecki
Priority Health
Renal Associates of West Michigan
Renal Redux
Dr. Michael and Linda Smith-Wheelock
Matthew Schramski
Sigma Upsilon Charity Inc
Trinity Health
University of Michigan Transplant Center
William Beaumont Hospital

Key Partners/ Generous Program Funders: 5 Healthy Towns Foundation
Colina Foundation
Community Foundation of Greater Flint
Community Foundation For Southeast Michigan
Dresner Foundation
General Motors Foundation
Gift of Life Michigan
Grand Rapids Community Foundation
HRSA Division of Transplantation
Michigan Fitness Foundation
Michigan Health Endowment Fund
Michigan Public Health Institute
Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Funds of the Community Foundation for     Southeast Michigan
Region VII Area Agency on Aging
Senior Alliance Inc.
Spectrum Health
The Kresge Foundation
United Way for Southeastern Michigan
Valley Area Agency On Aging