The campaign aims to raise money and increase awareness of the importance of the kidneys, and the impact of kidney disease.
It is reported that 4.2 per cent of people are living with chronic kidney disease in Bassetlaw and South Yorkshire, according to Public Health England.
Money raised will help the NKF to continue campaigning for improvements to renal provision and treatment, and their national patient support services such as their Freephone helpline, library of renal information leaflets and much more.
Pete Revell, head of marketing and fundraising at the NKF, said: “As a national charity, we wanted to take the opportunity to raise awareness to our local people.
“Funds that will be raised on the day will continue to support the kidney community.
“Our charity work relies totally on donations to continue our vital support for kidney patients, healthcare professionals, families and carers.
“We look forward to being on-hand spreading the word at our local Tesco store and look forward to seeing our supporters.”
The NKF is a unique national charity, as it is run by kidney patients for kidney patients and by taking a stand to support kidney patients ‘every little helps’ when it comes to raising funds.