Kilometres for Kidneys – Wear Wally Walks Wales – 1st September -30th September 2021
After the success of Kilometres for Kidneys in March we are back by popular demand and we are launching Kilometres for Kidneys- Wear Wally Walks Wales on September 1st 2021. Dust off your trainers and put on your rucksack, this expedition will last from 1st September 2021 – 30th September 2021.
Gorseinon Primary’s daily mile challenge gives their pupils an energy boost to learn
Paul Popham Fund had the pleasure of accompanying the Year 3 Class at Gorseinon Primary for their daily mile run/walk challenge. It was amazing to witness the sheer excitement on their faces as they walked onto the football pitch to take part in their daily run/walk challenge.
Our first ever Charity Photographic Calendar - in memory of Brian Hill is available to purchase
After much anticipation, our eagerly awaited Charity Photography Calendar is hot off the press. Our first ever photographic charity calendar was launched in memory of one of our valued and much-missed volunteer peer mentors, Brian Hill.
Welcome to the Paul Popham Fund, Renal Support Wales
Welcome and thank you for visiting the Paul Popham Fund, Renal Support Wales website. Here you will find all the information you need to know about the Paul Popham Fund – Who is Paul Popham? Why a fund has been set-up in his name? How does the fund raise money, and how can you help?
Paul Popham Fund Peer Mentor Service
The Paul Popham Fund Peer Mentor Service serves a dual purpose, as we recruit and then train current Kidney Patients to Peer Mentor new kidney patients. This new service will aims to give new renal patients much needed support as well as offering them a shoulder to lean on as they come to terms with their diagnosis and the impact on their life.
We would like kidney patients who want to help others to call us and train to be a Peer Mentor. We would like kidney patients who need advice and support to call us so we can sign post to a Peer Mentor who can help them. If you fall into one of these categories, then we’d love to hear from you so please contact us.
Ray’s Renal Ray of Sunshine Run
As a mark of respect Alfie-Ray, aged 12, is planning on running an Ultra Marathon of 31 miles for the Renal Unit that supported Ray through his treatment. All the staff at the unit could not speak highly enough of Ray, he was so full of sunshine and laughter he made a lasting impression on everyone he met.
Ray sadly passed away in March this year and Alfie-Ray wishes to honour his memory.
Launch of our calendar competition in memory of peer mentor, Brian Hill
Brian, who sadly passed away in 2020, was an inspirational gentleman, who battled kidney disease for many years, and was an energetic supporter, fundraiser, and volunteer mentor at the Paul Popham Fund.