Our organisation was founded in 1981 as a charitable community organisation called The Queensland Renal Association Incorporated (QRAI). Since 1981, under the QRAI banner, the organisation formed active branches in various regions of the State.
Under the guidance of Frank Vig OAM (who was the founding president) and Sister Margaret Mary Rudkins, QRAI grew into a strong organisation that worked closely with major renal hospitals in Queensland and buy elavil online their staff to cheap levitra tablets the best choice provide services and support to kidney patients through its state-wide network of volunteers. It also worked with other community organisations with similar objectives to increase the resources buying viagra canada impact of the services that is provided to kidney patients.
A Management Committee is responsible for the management of our organisation. This meets monthly and provides direction and approval for certain actions by the Chief Executive Officer our staff who coordinate and our volunteers who deliver our services.
In 2006 the QRAI Management Committee decide to revitalise and set new directions for the organisation in order to address the many new challenges arising from growing incidence of only best offers people susceptible to or suffering from chronic kidney disease and eventual end stage kidney failure. In 2006, a new Chief Executive Officer was appointed to guide the organisation through this next stage of development. With the Brisbane office established at The Gap, new goals have been set for the organisation and new services planned. In March 2007 the name of our organisation was officially changed to the Kidney Support Network Incorporated.
Our organisation, of course, relies very much upon the http://www.eurm.or.at/viagra-no-doctor quality, commitment and www.zaratours.com endeavour of our volunteers. New volunteers are always welcome and we have many challenges to offer them.
Kidney Support Network is a volunteer led provider of quality support services for people living with kidney disease and their families and carers.