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Save the date for a Fundraising concert – 16 November

We’re delighted to announce that we are partnering with the Brandenburg Choral Festival of London with a special Fauré Requiem Concert, being held on the evening of Wednesday 16 November at the Queen’s Chapel of the Savoy, London. It will mark a very special date for the charity – and half the ticket income will […]



Living Donation information evening – Glasgow, 5 September

An informal information evening for people interested in becoming a live donor is being hosted by NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde (NHSGGC) at Glasgow City Chambers on Monday, 5 September. Marc Clancy, consultant transplant surgeon, will host a panel of experts made up of donors, recipients, surgeons, nephrologists, and transplant co-ordinators. They will discuss the […]



ITV’s Real Stories with Ranvir Singh – 14 July, 7.30pm

14 July, 2016 Tonight’s ITV’s Real Stories with Ranvir Singh features the story of Julie Hughes and David Evans. Julie donated a kidney anonymously back in 2014. ITV was there to capture the special moment she met the man who received it for the first time!  It airs at 7.30pm across the ITV network. Big thanks […]



End of financial year statistics from NHSBT (2015-16)

Another 9 non-directed (altruistic) kidney donations took place in the UK during March 2016 – making a total of 83 people people who donated in this way in the last financial year. Although, disappointingly, this is a slightly lower number of donors than came forward in the previous two years, the great news is that […]



Adnan Sharif nominated for Nobel Peace Prize

One of the medical professionals closely involved in Give a Kidney has been nominated for this year’s Nobel Peace Prize. Steering Committee member, Dr Adnan Sharif, a kidney consultant from the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham has been nominated for the prestigious prize alongside colleagues from an international organisation set up to fight unethical organ transplants […]



Daily Mail piece about Rodger Webster

19 April, 2016 Great piece in the Daily Mail about Blood Donor and non-directed kidney donor, Rodger Webster who may have saved up to 1500 people through his generous donations. Read it here



Become a Give a Kidney Ambassador

Would you like to help raise awareness of non-directed altruistic kidney donation and support Give a Kidney? Give a Kidney Ambassadors are people who are willing to work with the charity to increase public awareness of non-directed living kidney donation. This might be by engaging with the media, giving a presentation to a local group, […]



Scrapping your car? Support Give a Kidney.

Do you own a vehicle that you want to sell or get rid of? Then please think about donating it to us through Giveacar! Giveacar raises money for UK charities by scrapping and selling old vehicles. They provide a nationwide FREE service which: Arranges the collection of the vehicle from your home for FREE; and […]



New research into transplant candidate attitudes to non-directed donation

Pippa Bailey, NIHR Doctoral Research Fellow at the School of Social and Community Medicine, University of Bristol and Honorary Renal Registrar, Southmead Hospital, North Bristol NHS Trust, together with other colleagues has published a new report. The report looks into the attitudes of kidney recipients towards non-directed altruistic donation.  The findings are published in the link below: […]



Eight pensioners with only eight kidneys meet at unique reunion

Calling themselves ‘The Squeezed Oranges’, a group of eight pensioners all of whom have donated a kidney in the last three years, they were guests at a lunch party given by one of them at the Walberton home of Cherry Williams, 68, who gave her kidney in 2014. Also attending were Judi McGetrick, 68, and […]


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