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					NKF: Meeting the Challenge
        Together

            John Davis
CEO, National Kidney Foundation, Inc.
          February 6, 2008


          2008 Executive Leadership Conference
Agenda

• The Big Picture – Re-Defining Our Challenge

• NKF Breaking News

• Program Updates & Announcements

• Progress in our transition to Divisions

• NKF is Meeting the Challenge Together

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         BREAKING NEWS!

A New Study in the Journal of the American
Medical Association re-calculates the number of
American adults with chronic kidney disease.
Based on this new data, NKF can report that
the current number is:
               26,000,000


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         Re-Defining Our Challenge

• That is a 30% increase in the number of direct NKF
  constituents
   – The increase has occurred since 2002
• And, > 400,000 Americans are now on dialysis
   – Medicare alone is now spending > $ 20 Billion
• And, > 75,000 Americans are waiting for kidneys
   – That number has doubled since 1996
• 13,937 kidney transplants were done in 2007
   – Nearly 50% of transplants are from a living donor


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           Re-Defining Our Challenge
• All organizations seeking funds from the
  pharmaceutical industry must cope with increased
  scrutiny and regulatory challenges

•   Public Policy Challenges Continue
    –   Much unfinished business from last session of Congress

    –   New conditions for coverage for ESRD facilities

    –   9th Scope of Work for Medicare Quality Improvement
        Organizations

    –   Honest Leadership & Open Government Act of 2007

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           Re-Defining our Challenge

• Increasing Competition for Attention & Donors
• We intend to fight harder for our rightful share of the
  public’s money and awareness
• Number of health-related messages increasing
• NKF and CKD must compete with pharmaceutical and
  insurance companies, government, hospitals and other
  not-for-profit organizations
• Leading the fight for attention is $9 Billion companies
  spent on medicine advertising last year


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             Re-Defining our Challenge
We Must Have A Unified and Focused Approach

• NKF signature fund raising programs must grow
    Kidney Cars  NKF Golf Classic  Kidney Walks

• Continue to increase corporate support for programs
    Kidney Learning System (KLS)  KEEP  Guidelines

• New major increased focus on individual contributions
    Online Giving  Individual Gifts  Planned Gifts

• Continue high-quality cost effective local special events

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            Re-Defining our Challenge
The Time Is Now
• We are making the necessary investment in resources,
  people, structure, strategy to be more effective so we can
  meeting these new challenges and fulfill our mission
• We have our Strategic Plan in place & strong leadership to
  guide us
• We have a shared mission, need a shared vision to be
  successful
• We are helping more and more of you with your
  organizational needs
• That should help free you up to focus on fund raising and
  program improvement strategies

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          Re-Defining our Challenge

Building for the future includes:
• Hiring new high level professionals:
  –   John Brown, Training Director
  –   Larry Geiger, VP for Marketing
  –   Kelly Robertson, Internal Marketing Director
  –   Chief Financial Officer
  –   VP for Development (Individual Giving)
  –   Web Site Editor
  –   Recruiting Director

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          Re-Defining our Challenge

Building for the Transition to Divisions includes:
• Joan Shepard Lustig, Senior VP
• Lauren Bruce, Transition Services Manager
• Stephanie Shipman, Field Services Manager
• Petros Gregoriou, Field Services Accounting Director
• Vice President for Divisions
• Plus outsourcing various technical functions
   – NKF’s Call Center
   – Data Base Management



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          Re-Defining our Challenge

• In addition to new staff in New York, NKF has added
  nearly 60 people to its staff as a result of Affiliates
  becoming Divisions.

• This brings our staff numbers to nearly 200. We
  anticipate being at about 250 by year-end.

• That nationwide cohesive team will bring new focus
  to meeting our challenges. We’re very excited about
  the way we can work together to meet our
  challenges.

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             BREAKING NEWS!

  NKF Kidney Cars revenues for the current
  year are running 33% higher than last year!

• Car donation rate has reached >40,000 annually
• Improved Search Engine Ranking
• Improved online marketing, pricing & program efficiencies
  is having positive impact on the amount per car
• New “Drop-off” Option
   – Nationally sponsored program


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              Improvement Strategies
• NKF Golf Classic National Championship at Pebble Beach
  got rave reviews:

   – "It was a once in a lifetime golf experience. It was awesome
     and well organized. The weather was fabulous …all in all a
     great trip, thanks!”

   – "We had a fabulous time. I don't think any of us wanted to
     leave. It was a terrific golf experience! Thanks to the National
     Kidney Foundation for making it possible.”

• Pebble Beach will again be the site for the 2009 NKF Golf
  Classic National Championship

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• At Pebble Beach NKF’s Saturday night auction made a
  Record Breaking $75,000
• Over 80 tournaments scheduled for 2008
• NKF benefits from both NKF Golf Classic and Cadillac
  Invitational events
• Sponsors include Ping, Golf Digest, Adidas, and Pebble
  Beach Resorts.
• New Golf Club Donation Program “Kidney Clubs”




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• NKF New Golf Donation Program
• “Kidney Clubs”
  – Golfers can either donate clubs at an NKF event OR
    directly through the new donation website on their own at
    any time

  – Donations are received and payment is forwarded
    directly to NKF Affiliates & Divisions

  – Working with “3balls.com” a leading internet retailer of
    used/like-new brand name golf equipment


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• 88 Kidney Walks in 2007 with 40,000 walkers

• $3.5 Million in 2007; 50% growth from year before

• Our goal is > $5 Million in 2008 and $15 Million soon

• Largest Walks in NKF Divisions Serving Greater New
  York and The Delaware Valley broke attendance &
  fund raising records!

• Currently expanding marketing & support initiatives to
  strengthen program and national brand

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         BREAKING NEWS!
KEEP’s 100,000th participant was tested
on November 15th in Los Angeles.




                             Aura Lemus, Inglewood, CA



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• 60 KEEP events are planned for World
  Kidney Day and throughout March
• 2008 KEEP goal is to increase KEEP
  participation to over 3,500 per month
• Global KEEP Expansion is progressing
• KEEP Annual Data Report
     New format, coming in April (AJKD
      supplement)


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    Program Improvement Strategies

                      KEEP in 2008:
• Revised Screening Questionnaire
• Longitudinal Program launch
• Additional Follow-Up with participants for cohort
  maintenance
• Additional Tests
       HDL, LDL and Hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c)
• Educational follow-up programs launched
• Expansion into Alaska and Puerto Rico
• KEEP event quality has improved since October


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      CKD within DM and HTN is the
new paradigm for public health and the NKF


                         HTN




         CKD



                      DM

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                 NKF’s CKD Message
•   Cardiovascular disease is the number one killer
•   Chronic Kidney Disease multiplies CVD risk
•   For every CVD risk factor (Diabetes, Hypertension, Dyslipidemia,
    Anemia), clinicians must test for CKD

•   The patients are sicker
       1. Risk factor levels are higher
       2. Control is worse and treatment is more complex
       3. Outcomes are worse
       4. Costs are higher

•   With CKD, patient management is different
•   Treatments are available and effective today


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          NKF’s Message in Stage 4 CKD
           Stage 4 CKD is an asymptomatic clinical event!

•   We can slow progression in Stage 4
•   We can reduce the incidence of bad events that occur in Stage 4
•   We can reduce the severity of Stage 4 co-morbidities
•   We can improve the coordination of care in Stage 4
•   We can prevent:
    – Death
    – Cardiovascular events
    – Loss of cognitive function (in aging)
    – Kidney failure




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• More CKD patients identified and treated
  – NKF KEEP program
  – CDC NKF state detection programs
• Increase awareness and enhance providers’ ability
  to detect and treat patients
• Help providers and payers address the problems
  of diabetes, cardiovascular disease and CKD
• Better outcomes


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         BREAKING NEWS!

As of April 1st, KEEP will have a new
central laboratory serving all Affiliates and
Divisions. NKF’s new lab partner is:




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• Quest is the nation's leading provider of diagnostic
  testing, information, and services
   – >30 regional laboratories in key US markets, with over 2,000
     patient service centers
   – More than 41,000 employees
   – The world’s largest private database of clinical test results

• Quest tests more than 150 million people a year

• Multi-dimension partnership that will build KEEP


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• Rationale for change to Quest:
• More OPPORTUNITY
  – They have size, scope & reach
  – Physician interaction
  – Opportunity to engage Quest in educational
    programs and other activities
  – Opportunity to involve Quest employees in KEEP
    events
  – Will make change as seamless as possible; fully
    operational by April 1


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          BREAKING NEWS!

At the request and initiation of KEEP’s
Primary Sponsor, Amgen, NKF is launching the:


          “KEEP Affiliate/Division
            Development Fund”




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            Improvement Strategies

• The KEEP Affiliate/Division Development Fund
   – Founding Sponsor is Amgen
   – Other sponsors will be solicited
• Grants will be made by NKF through applications
  available to Affiliates and Divisions
• Grant criteria focused on doing new things:
   – Expansion of the KEEP program in an Affiliate or Division
     territory, not for simply holding KEEP events
   – Establishing KEEP in new areas
   – Making KEEP events regularly scheduled and longitudinal



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            Improvement Strategies
• Amgen will not fund any grant requests for KEEP
  from NKF Affiliates & Divisions
   – Amgen will continue to consider program and event grant
     requests as long as they do not relate directly to KEEP
   – Other sponsors have requested such a program and their
     funds will be added to the pool
   – All funds must be awarded to Affiliates or Divisions, NKF will
     not retain any of the money
• Applications available March 1
• First Awards will be given on April 1
• Funding in 2008 will exceed:
                       $500,000
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On World Kidney Day, March 13th, NKF will hold:

• Nearly 50 KEEP events around the country

• Major events in New York:
   – Closing bell at NASDAQ stock exchange
   – Times Square “jumbo-tron,” NKF public service message
   – Grand Central Terminal mini screening and awareness
• Major events in Washington DC:
   – Congressional Kidney Caucus Briefing & Reception
   – “People Like Us” patient advocates visit members of Congress

• In Los Angeles -- “KEEP it Hollywood” mini screening for
  celebrities & media
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• World Kidney Day Media/Promotion plans include:
   – Satellite media tour featuring Steven Cojocaru (Cojo) of “ET”
   – “Dear Abby” letter
   – CNN feature with Dr. Sanjay Gupta
   – Extensive coverage in major dailies, national magazines & on the
     Web
   – Editorials in all major nephrology journals
   – Interview on Tom Joyner’s morning show
• Great local events planned
   – Kidney Awareness Night at a Miami Heat game
   – Kidney Awareness Night at a Denver Nuggets game


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www.kidney.org/news/wkd/local




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 Research
• “RESOLVED that, due to projected growth in
  organizational strength and resources through
  transition of many Affiliates to Divisions, the
  National Kidney Foundation will commit to
  doubling its research program funding over the
  next five years.”




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        NKF National Budget Research
                 Spending




$2,765,000   $3,318,000   $3,981,600   $4,779,920   $5,733,504
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Other Program Improvements:
• “Hope Street”
   – One of NKF’s best received patient education
     programs
   – Used in nearly all US dialysis units
   – Supported by both Large Dialysis Organizations
   – Funded through June
   – New funding actively being sought
• KLS educational programs growing and being
  tested in collaboration with Affiliates/Divisions

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       KLS CME/CE Activities
 Over 22,500 Learners and growing
 45% Non-Nephrology Clinicians
    25000



    20000



    15000



    10000



    5000



       0
            2003    2004   2005   2006   2007




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NKF’s Take Action Network is growing rapidly!




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The Take Action Network:
• Now has more than 3,000 volunteers
• 7,634 messages sent to Congress in 2007
• Can now reach every Senator (100) and 423 of 435 U.S.
  Representatives with constituent views
• Network has grown by almost 30% since October
• All of your Board Members should be included
• We all should encourage our own Members of the House of
  Representatives to join the Congressional Kidney Caucus



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    NKF’s Public Policy Successes in 2007:

•   Revised FDA label for EPO to be consistent with KDOQI

•   Norwood Living Organ Donation Act allows paired donation

•   CKD quality measures added to the Medicare

•   Increased appropriation for CKD Program at CDC to $2
    million

•   Proposed 4% cut in dialysis payment not enacted


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NKF’s Public Policy Priorities for 2008:

•   Passing the Kidney Care Quality and Education Act

•   Securing Medicare payment for education at CKD Stage 4

•   Validating bundling of payments for dialysis services before a
    new bundled payment system is fully implemented

•   Building and increasing funding the CKD Program at CDC



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NKF’s Public Policy Priorities for 2008 (con’t):

•   Improving access to early transplantation

•   Extending immunosuppressive drug coverage for all who have had
    a Medicare covered kidney transplant
•
    Enhancing use of the Medicare Medical Nutrition Therapy Benefit
•
    Maintaining a focus on kidney disease in the development of
    Healthy People 2020

•   Continuing the prohibition against the purchase or sale of organs
    for transplant

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NKF’s Public Policy Priorities for 2008 (con’t):

•   Removing the financial disincentives for living donation

•   Increasing funding for kidney research at NIH

•   Increasing funding for the FDA to assure patient safety while
    improving access to new drugs

•   Building the membership and activities of the Congressional
    Kidney Caucus

•   Utilizing People Like Us (PLU) to focus NKF’s public policy
    program on patients


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          BREAKING NEWS!

UNOS has announced its intention to
change the system for allocating
deceased donor kidneys.

   – Time on dialysis will no longer be the criteria
   – Additional life years added by the transplant will
     become the main factor
   – Serious implications for our patients
   – Change is expected by the end of 2008


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NKF 2008 U.S. Transplant Games

             Pittsburgh, PA
                  Venues:
          University of Pittsburgh
         Carnegie Mellon University
    David L. Lawrence Convention Center
     Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall
                Heinz Field




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            U.S. Transplant Games

• Part of Pittsburgh’s 250th city anniversary celebration

• VIPs/Celebrity Presence
   – PR coordinating celebrity appearances and media

• Pittsburgh Pirates – Organ Donor Awareness Night

• Expect Largest Games 5K – Working with OPO on
  outreach to local workplace partners for corporate
  team participation


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NKF Spring Clinical Meetings
        NKF 2008 Spring Clinical Meetings
        April 2-6, 2008
        Gaylord Texan, Dallas, TX
        Debut of a special track for NKF’s new
         Council of Advanced Practitioners
         (Physician Assistants and Nurse
         Practitioners)
        A total of 323 abstracts were submitted
         for CM08, compared to 285 in CM07
        Over 90 exhibits expected
        Goal is to exceed CM07 registration
         numbers (over 2,500)
          BREAKING NEWS!


NKF announces that it will develop and
launch a new marketing campaign in
2008 that includes, for the first time ever,
paid broadcast and print advertising
nationally and in key markets around the
country.



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              Strategies

NKF’s new advertising:
• Development effort headed by Fitzgerald & Co., a
  McCann-Erickson company best known for Coca
  Cola Classic television advertising
• First step was research on NKF and CKD awareness
• Development of creative brief well underway
• Creative concepts and plans to the Board in April
• Pilot test of ad campaign by 3rd Quarter 2008
• Anticipated NKF investment could be:
                       $1,000,000


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         BREAKING NEWS!

Three more NKF Affiliates have voted to join
the Transition to Divisions with votes in the
past week. And, more votes are schedule in
February and March. Joining the movement
this week are:
          NKF of Upstate New York
     NKF of Kansas and Western Missouri
            NKF of East Tennessee


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          Transition to Divisions
       Frequently Asked Questions
• What about our money?
    In this structure, Divisions and NKF share the same
    finances. Plan for next year’s budget to equal this
    year’s. Growth will come at about the same
    rate…spending & income go up together
• What about our autonomy?
    Division Boards (and Regional Boards) will still make
    priority decisions, develop the budget, evaluate staff
    performance, set goals and speak to and for the
    public

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          Transition to Divisions
       Frequently Asked Questions
• Will our local programs continue?
    We will not take away the traditional programs you
    have run…Camps…Research Programs …Patient
    Assistance Funds… Symposia …. Local priorities
    will be set by the Division Board, local revenue will
    support them, they will continue
• Will we be forced to do National programs?
    We believe KEEP, patient service and education,
    organ donation awareness and public education are
    part of a balanced program for Affiliates and
    Divisions; beyond and within those elements, you
    decide
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           Transition to Divisions
        Frequently Asked Questions

• Will we just be fund raisers?
  No, NKF’s corporate culture is very program
  oriented. Programs that benefit patients, their
  families and people who care for them are critical to
  success.
• Will we only have to do NKF fund raisers?
  No, again we believe Kidney Cars, golf and walks
  are important building blocks in a balanced fund
  raising programs. But, local priorities and doing
  what works will be local decisions.

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           Transition to Divisions
        Frequently Asked Questions

• What about our staff?
  – At the transition, Affiliate staff become part of the
    National Staff
  – All Affiliate CEOs and Executive Directors will
    become either Division Presidents or Regional
    Vice Presidents
  – Only in the largest Affiliates with purely
    bookkeeping or personnel staff will a staff
    reassignment/transition be considered
  – There will be at least a six-month transition period
  – Management will be professional and consistent

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           Frequently Asked Questions
• Will this benefit Affiliate staff members?

   – Market-based competitive salaries determined by
     objective data analysis
   – Access to the NKF health and life insurance program
     (highly rated, family coverage, cost effective, flexible),
     includes short and long term disability coverage
   – Paid Time Off Program
   – Pre-tax Flexible Spending Accounts
   – 403b Retirement Plan based on NKF contributions
   – Tax deferred individual retirement plan
   – Longevity incentive (for every 5 years = 1.25% of salary)
   – Time spent at the Affiliate will count

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              Frequently Asked Questions
• Will Division President and Regional Vice President
  positions be good jobs?
   – They will be very similar to Affiliate CEO and Executive Director
     jobs, without the administrative burden – focus on doing
     programs, raising money, working with volunteers & raising
     public awareness
   – Salaries will be performance-based with an incentive
     compensation plan to reward achievement of goals (agreed
     upon by NKF, Division or Regional Board, & the Division
     President or Regional Vice President)
   – Additional tax deferred retirement plans will be offered
   – Extensive training & personal development opportunities will be
     offered at NKF’s expense
   – Compensation and benefits review and competitive analysis by
     Clark Consulting, Inc. and NKF Compensation Committee
   – Performance-based job security

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            Frequently Asked Questions

• Will this be good for our Affiliate?
   Yes, here are some of the reasons why:
   – Financial security
   – NKF marketing and brand identity
   – “Help Desk” operation for IT, HR, PR
   – Continuity of local programs & priorities
   – Additional NKF resources
   – Elimination of legal & regulatory liability
   – Assurance of legal & regulatory compliance
   – Retained voice in NKF priorities and plans



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Statements You Will Never Have to Worry
             About, Again!

• Hello, I’m from the IRS
• When I get elected Chairman, we’re going to do
  everything my way
• I’m a prominent doctor, I’ll decide myself who gets
  our research grants
• Your staff gets paid more than they’re worth
• Let’s hire whoever is cheapest
• This is notice of a legal proceeding in which you are
  named as defendant


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            Transition to Divisions
         Frequently Asked Questions

• Will this be good for NKF?
  Yes, here are some of the reasons why:
  – Consolidated resources and operations
  – Expanded data base of potential donors
  – Program delivery through a consistent plan
  – Economies of scale in administration, program, fund
    raising and capital expenses
  – Greater ability to provide more help to more patients
    and fulfill NKF’s mission


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            Frequently Asked Questions

• What will NKF be able to do differently?
  –   Provide better ROI to national sponsors
  –   Conduct better donor solicitation programs
  –   Provide cost-effective “back office” support
  –   Implement a comprehensive training program
  –   Improve intra-organization communication
  –   Launch a real “NKF Planned Giving Program”
  –   Fund better research



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          Frequently Asked Questions

• Can NKF live up to all its promises?
  Yes, and here are some of the reasons why:
  – This is a total organizational commitment; made by the
    Board, volunteer leadership, medical leadership and
    staff
  – Funds have been identified
  – Staff is being added (short term increase in
    administrative costs taken into account)
  – Communication and training are being enhanced
  – All commitments made to date have been met

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            Transition to Divisions
         Frequently Asked Questions

• How do we define successful?
  We will measure the growth, fund raising experience,
  program delivery and visibility of our Divisions. That
  assessment will come after their first two years as a
  Division. Affiliates’ success will be measured just like
  we measure the success of Divisions. They won’t
  have to meet a higher standard, just keep pace with
  the growth of the Divisions.




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  Progress in our Transition to Divisions

• Continuing to strengthen and build our
  “national brand”
  – New advertising
  – Combining Division & National databases,
    including extensive on-site IMIS training
  – IT upgrades in Division offices, including training
  – Staff professional development opportunities
  – Additional volunteer training
  – Convio implementation
  – Automation of HR systems

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  Progress in our Transition to Divisions

• Other benefits coming for divisions:
  – Real-time financial statements by May 1
  – Increased Marketing & Communications
     • New VP doing needs assessment across the
       organization & immediately addressing Web site,
       Membership, Professional Meetings, KEEP
     • More regular internal communication: Introduced
       Foundation Focus, more frequent e-Kidney newsletters
       and Division/National calls
  – Paper-less resources for staff expense reports,
    insurance and payroll documents and real-time
    personnel information

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  Progress in our Transition to Divisions
• More training to include:
  – Career Development for Program & Fund Raising
    staff at Divisions
  – Staff and volunteer leadership training
  – Walk/Golf Academy enhancement
  – Updated “On-boarding” for new employees
  – IMIS & Convio (basic, intermediate, advanced)
  – Expanded general training
     • Internal/external customer service
     • Individual performance improvement
     • Organization procedures, systems & policies


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2009 Executive Leadership
       Conference
     February 4 – 7
     New York City




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