Our Impact

Inspiration & Guidance to Wales

Since The Paul Popham Fund, Renal Support Wales began, we’ve helped over 5000 renal patients in Wales raising over £350,000

We’ve provided emotional support and guidance for over 100 patients through our Peer Support Services & Counselling.

We’ve provided information, advice, education and guidance to over 4000 patients through our Careline, Q&A’s, legal advice and medical advice.

We’ve provided over £5000 worth of welfare grants in Wales for people with Kidney Disease.

We have funded over £50,000 to support projects that will improve their wellbeing.

We’ve successfully campaigned for better services for renal patients in Wales.

We’ve helped dozens of renal patients get fit and enjoy socialising in our walking groups.

2020 figures:

Total Patients Supported – 954

New Volunteers Peer Mentors Recruited and Trained – 9

Total Volunteer Peer Mentors – 23

Total Volunteer Peer Mentors – Swansea – 15

Total Volunteer Peer Mentors – Cardiff – 7

Total Volunteer Peer Mentors – North Wales – 1

Total Volunteer Counsellors – 3

Volunteers – Patient Support – 2

Other Volunteers – 8

Kids’ Newsletters distributed to Families of Children with Kidney Disease – 150

Educational Q&As – 2

Patient Grants Funded – £1443.59

Projects Funded – £11224.74

 

To download a full report of our impact during Q2 – April to June 2020, click here

To download a full report of our impact during Q3 – July to Sept 2020, click here

To download a full report of our impact during Q4 – October to December 2020, click here

To download a full report of our impact during 2020, click here

To download a full report of our impact during Q1 – January to March 2021, click here

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