We are a registered charity founded in 1980 to support kidney patients of Guy’s and St Thomas’ hospitals, their families or carers.
Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust is a centre of excellence for the treatment of kidney disease. The kidney services treat adults and children living in South East London and the surrounding areas.
We help patients by funding social events in the dialysis units and activities such as The Transplant Games for adults and children. We fund patient amenities, such as TVs, in clinics and dialysis units
We also raise awareness of kidney disease and organ donation on World Kidney Day and during Organ Donation Week.
We have charity bond places in three prestigious national events: The Virgin London Marathon; The Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 and the Vitality 10K London Run. Contact us for details.
The committee is made up of patients, carers, and kidney staff. The Chair is Sue Lyon. The Trustees also include George Brown, Teresa Durkin, Sonia Moorhouse and John Ogilvie. The Treasurer is Janice Stephens. Other members are, John Addison, Adisa Akintola, Margaret Clare, John Connor, Omolara Fasegha, Charles Jaja, Nicos Kessaris, Nick Palmer, Juliet Purchas-Tegan, Pernille Rasmussen, Chris Reid, and Ros Tibbles. The committee meets four times a year.
Our next Annual General Meeting will be held on 1st December 2018 at 10am in The Roben’s Suite, 29th Floor, Tower Wing, Guy’s Hospital, all kidney patients, families, carers and kidney staff are welcome to attend.
- Help support social activities at one of the dialysis units on behalf of the KPA
- Help support The Transplant Games: http://www.transplantsport.org.uk/
- Help support events for World Kidney Day and Organ Donation Week to raise awareness of kidney disease and organ donation
- Help us to raise funds by nominating the KPA as your chosen charity at your next fund raisng event be it large or small.
The KPA are keen to hear your views, please give us your feedback by contacting: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that we are unable to respond to individual complaints about care at Guy’s or St Thomas’, these should be addressed to the Trust.