Paul Popham Fund Parent & Child Activity Pack

Download our Parent & Child Activity Pack. Though primarily aimed at parents, there are some great activities, tips, and links for all. It is not an exhaustive list, but it is designed to give you ideas over the coming weeks to keep the energies high and boredom low.

Download here.

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Paul Popham Careline and Councelling Services

You may be missing the usual face-to-face support we offer, but our telephone counselling services and carelines are always available to help support you and your family at this time.

Careline: 0800 038 8989

Our Careline is available from 9:00am – 6:00pm, … Continue reading

Vacancy: Home Delivery Volunteer

The position of Home Delivery Volunteer is available at the Paul Popham Fund, Renal Support Wales. The Paul Popham Fund (PPF) is a charity organisation whose aim is to provide all Kidney Patients in Wales with a better quality of life by improving their emotional, physical and financial well-being.
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Annual Charity Golf Day 2020

Message to All Annual Golf Teams and Future Teams,

I hope you and all your families are safe and well. As you are aware, this year’s Paul Popham Renal Charity Golf Day is due to take place at Clyne on Friday 3rd July. At the moment we have not cancelled … Continue reading

Kidney Patient Newsletter – Corvid-19 Update – ISSUE 2

We, the Paul Popham Fund, are working with Kidney Care UK, Kidney Wales and the Welsh Renal Networks to provide patients with guidelines, support, advice, activities and other information to keep you informed of services available and how to keep well during this time. For all the latest news, download … Continue reading

Telephone and online support available to Renal Patients during lockdown

For those of you who may be missing the usual face-to-face support offered to renal patients in South Wales, there are a variety of online virtual support groups, meetings and … Continue reading

Kidney Transplant patient, Geraint John, to walk 23 miles at home to raise funds for renal support

The recent story of 99-year-old Captain Tom Moore and his incredible fundraising walk in the garden has been an inspiration to many during this period of lockdown. One of those inspired to … Continue reading