We supported the Kidney Health campaign that launched on June 17th within the Guardian Newspaper
Kidney Health looked at how to provide support for kidney patients throughout the pandemic from key thought leader Dr David Makanjuola and The Kidney Fund.Find Out More
The Kidney Funds mission is simple: to raise funds for research for the elimination of Kidney disease.
FUNDING > RESEARCH > CURE
Kidney disease may be genetic or caused by infection. If our kidneys do not work our blood may not be cleaned properly.Read More
The Kidney Fund Fundraising Committee is chaired by Robin Ford. The objectives are to increase awareness and raise funds for renal research. The committee meets once a month at the Renal Research Unit at St Helier Hospital to discuss fundraising events, why not join us or send us your ideas for fundraising!
Throughout the year we hold a variety of events such as the Camberley car show, the London Marathon, the Prudential cycle ride, the Dragon Boat race, evening at the House of Lords, fairs with raffles, face painting and games, also run awareness campaigns as well as collect donations.Donate Now
On Thursday 3rd February 2022 at Hard Rock Hotel, Marylebone.Read More
Join us at The RAC Club, Epsom on 10th September 2022 for our Masked Ball.Read More
Run for your head, heart and kidneys in the second ever virtual Vitality London 10,000.Read More
Collectively Camberley Car Show is coming back bigger and better this Summer on Saturday 14th August!Read More
Join us at The RAC Club, Epsom on Saturday 11th September 2021 for our Charity Gala Ball.Read More
The virtual Virgin Money London Marathon will return this year on Sunday 3rd October 2021.Read More
The Kidney Fund was formed in 1989 following a meeting called by Dr Mike Bending to address the essential need for Kidney research. A group of renal patients, their friends and relatives came together at a house in Sutton and their vision was to raise sufficient funds to build a Renal Research Institute on the St Helier Hospital site. It then took 8 years to raise the £745,000 needed through charitable appeals, grant applications and many and varied fundraising efforts, and then in March 1998 a purpose built two story laboratory block was opened at the back of St Helier, under the name of The South West Thames Institute for Renal Research.Donate Now