Join the #GLFTrickShot Challenge

Natera has teamed up with the George Lopez Foundation to raise kidney disease awareness and fundraise for kidney patients in financial need during this pandemic. Join us by sharing your trick shot, making a donation and learning more about kidney health.

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Celebrity Videos (14)
Trick Shot: Dr. Stanley C. Jordan
Discover more about your kidney health
Trick Shot: Dr. Kamyar Kalantar-Zadeh
Trick Shot: Tisha Alyn
Trick Shot: Andy Vargas
Trick Shot: Dr. Jason Diamond
Trick Shot: John Brotherton
Trick Shot: David Arquette
Trick Shot: Billy Dawson
Trick Shot: Corinna Kaplan
Trick Shot: Joe Montegna
Trick Shot: Steven Michael Quezada
Trick Shot: Philip Boyd
Trick Shot: Patrika Darbo
Trick Shot: Steve Chapman

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Share your trick shot!

Browse trick shots and get inspired. Check out #GLFTrickShot on Instagram or TikTok to see more. Then, create your own.
How to participate:
Step 1 — Take a Video
Grab your phone and snap a short video of you or a friend/family member doing a unique home trick shot. Use a golf club or get creative if you don’t have one - a hockey stick, broom, water bottle, whatever you have!
Step 2 — Post On Social
Share the video on your favorite social media platforms with the hashtags #GLFTrickShot and #KidneyHealth, plus a link to this campaign page: GLFTrickShotNatera.com. Tag 2-3 friends to take the challenge next.
Step 3 — Make a Donation
Helps us support kidney patients in need of living essentials. Donate here.
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Kidney Health Facts

Over 3,000 new patients are added to the kidney waiting list each month.
Every 14 minutes someone is added to the kidney transplant list.
20-30% kidney transplants fail within the first 5 years of surgery.
Cell-free DNA is the most direct measure of kidney injury.
20,000 kidney transplants are performed each year in the United States.
1 in 3 American adults are at risk for kidney disease.
1 in 10 cases of kidney disease is caused by genetics.
There’s genetic testing for personalizing care of kidney disease.
If your related family member has kidney disease, there’s a chance you might have it too.
96% of people with early kidney disease don’t know they have it.

Kidney Health Facts

Over 3,000 new patients are added to the kidney waiting list each month.
Every 14 minutes someone is added to the kidney transplant list.
20-30% kidney transplants fail within the first 5 years of surgery.
Cell-free DNA is the most direct measure of kidney injury.
20,000 kidney transplants are performed each year in the United States.
1 in 3 American adults are at risk for kidney disease.
1 in 10 cases of kidney disease is caused by genetics.
There’s genetic testing for personalizing care of kidney disease.
If your related family member has kidney disease, there’s a chance you might have it too.
96% of people with early kidney disease don’t know they have it.

Patient First, Provider Friendly

We understand how difficult and uncertain these times can be—especially as kidney patients. We want to help.
Learn More about Renasight Genetic Testing
View our patient brochure on Renasight to learn more about how genetic testing can provide valuable information about your kidney disease.
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Order a Renasight kit
Order materials and a collection kit to discuss genetic testing for your kidney disease with your doctor.
Order Kit
Learn about our Prospera transplant assessment
View our patient brochure that highlights the importance of monitoring for rejection to preserve the function of your newly transplanted kidney with Prospera.
View PDF
Watch our Town Hall: Navigating the COVID Crisis & the Reopening as a Transplant Patient
Hear from George Lopez, the National Kidney Foundation, the American Kidney Fund, the Transplant Life Foundation & the American Society of Transplantation on what you need to know regarding Navigating the Pandemic & the Reopening as a Transplant Patient.