Kidney Patient Newsletter – Covid-19 Update – ISSUE 4

The fourth edition of our Newsletter – Covid-19 Update – is now ready to view. It has been compiled by Kidney Care UK, Kidney Wales, Paul Popham Fund, the Welsh Clinical Renal Network – which oversees services for adult kidney patients in Wales, and the Wales Kidney Research Unit – … Continue reading

Paul Popham Fund bring afternoon tea to Morriston Hospital Renal Unit

We’re proud to say that we, the Paul Popham Fund, Renal Support Wales, delivered 320 afternoon tea boxes to Morriston Hospital Renal Unit, to lift the spirits of patients and staff on … Continue reading

Befriending service changes its name to Peer Support Service

Service Name Change

The Paul Popham Fund, Renal Support Wales, relaunched its Befriending Service on the 26th June 2016 in conjunction with the Renal Services at Morriston Hospital. Since that day, the service has grown from strength to strength, offering people with kidney disease a support service from people like … Continue reading

Thanks to our volunteers during National Volunteer Week!

Last week was National Volunteers’ Week, which is an annual celebration of the contribution millions of people across the UK make through volunteering.

Volunteer services are especially valuable to the most vulnerable in our communities, and with many of these people strictly self-isolating at the moment, the help these volunteer … Continue reading

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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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

COVID-19 Guidance for Staff and Volunteers

Face-to-Face visits suspended until further notice 

It is with regret that we write to inform you of our decision to ask all staff and volunteers to suspend all face-to-face patient support for the foreseeable future. We have made this decision in light of the growing concerns regarding the COVID-19 virus … Continue reading