The Clydeside was turned purple last month as hundreds of people took part in the seven-mile Bridges Walk, in aid of Kidney Research UK.
All money raised is going towards research projects in Scotland.
The charity hopes to run another event next year following the success of the inaugural event.
Around 4300 people in Scotland are receiving treatment for kidney failure, 1500 of them in Glasgow.
Around 90% of them are waiting for a transplant.
Linda Rogers, events manager at Kidney Research UK, said: "Around 400 people took part in our Glasgow Bridges Walk which is a fantastic turn out for our very a first event.
"Events like this are an important source of funding for us.
"The money raised will allow us to invest in more research into kidney disease across the country.
"Next year we want to make the Glasgow Bridges Walk bigger and better, and have the whole of Glasgow walking across those famous bridges."
Kidney Research UK backs the Evening Times' Opt For Life campaign calling for a switch to an opt-out transplant system, to help increase the pool of organ donors.
The campaign was given a further boost last month after a panel of MSPs voted to continue our petition after a plea from Glasgow MSP Drew Smith.
Wales will introduce an opt-out system in 2013 and Northern Ireland is also moving towards a possible change in donor regulations.