The current Coronavirus pandemic has
impacted an all charities,
 and our Appeal is no exception.

We are still active however and
if you would like to support us
you can easily make on-line donations
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Our Phase 4 Appeal Target
We have met
our current 
target of
THANKS for all
your support

We have now made a 
payment  of £20,000
to the Acute Kidney 
Injury Research Team 
at Nottingham
Dr Mark Devonald, Nottingham’s 
(Acute Kidney Injury Research Team Lead) 
receives a cheque for £20,000 from 
Richard, Chris, Gill and Colin
Please note that the photo above has been digitally edited and that all 
involved had observed recommended social distancing guidelines.
This money will comprise a “pump priming” fund to help 
the exciting research in Nottingham, specifically 
in the area of Acute Kidney Injury (AKI)
 The idea of the “pump priming” fund is to enable 
evidence to be provided to have 
more success in attracting major funding.

Dr Devonald said 
“ This project is developing quite well.
I can reassure you that your hard earned 
funds will be put to good use.
   I am pleased to acknowledge NKUA’s impressive achievement”
We have provided
£40,000 for
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Collecting Tubes


Gill brought to one of the meetings an idea she had used with her local WI  to collect money for a large NHS project that involved using plastic tubes that would hold 20p pieces, making about £14 per tube when full.                      

They are so easy for anyone,(including children),  to place unwanted change in them, and they can be used over and over again. 

This simple idea has brought in 


since 2003 and is still going strong. 

*Dec 2020

The Nottinghamshire Kidney Units’ Appeal is a joint fundraising arrangement between Kidney Research UK and Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust. Net proceeds will be shared equally between Kidney Research UK and the Trust. Funds raised will be used to support Kidney Research UK’s charitable  objects and the Trust’s purchase of specific medical equipment.

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