About the KDF Bridges Program

KDF Bridges Program

The Kawasaki Disease Foundation Bridges program matches families currently facing KD with trained Support Volunteers. The volunteers are generally parents of children who have KD, or adult patients who have recovered from KD. The volunteers are screened and trained by experienced support professionals. The role of the support volunteer is to provide personal insight that may be helpful in coping with KD.

The program evolved as a method of accomplishing one of the Foundation’s basic goals: providing support to families dealing with the diagnosis of Kawasaki Disease.

Request a Support Volunteer

Was your child recently diagnosed with Kawasaki disease? Are you looking for supportive advice from a parent or individual who has been through a similar diagnosis? The Foundation’s KDF Bridges program can link you to a trained Support Volunteer.

Become a Support Volunteer

Support Volunteers are the backbone of our program, and we’re grateful to you for considering this volunteer opportunity. By joining KDF Bridges program, you can support other families of children who have been diagnosed with Kawasaki disease.

Current Support Volunteers>>