Your Local Kidney Charity Run By Patients For The Direct Beneﬁt of Patients
SAKA is a registered charity, number 506386.
SAKA was formed in 1976 to help kidney patients and their families cope with kidney failure and to help fund research
into kidney disease.
100% of all funds raised by SAKA are for the beneﬁt of renal patients who are cared for by the Sheﬃeld Kidney institute. We are the ONLY local kidney charity run by patients that provides grants and support direct to patients and their families.
We help renal patients directly by providing financial support for the following:
* To purchase essential items when times are hard
* To meet certain holiday treatment costs for dialysis patients
* To meet visitors’ travel costs when patients are hospitalised
* We part-fund our Sheffield Team members at the British and World Transplant Games
* We support research at the Sheffield Kidney Institute (SKI)
* Represent Patients’ views directly to the Renal Directorate Management Team
* Support the National Kidney Federation (NKF) to provide Patient Information Leaflets and a Free Helpline
What do we want the future renal service to look like?
The Renal Unit are collecting opinions on what patients and carers would like to see in the future. They are conducting an online questionnaire, which we encourage all SAKA members and supporters to fill in.
FREE INFORMATION AND ADVICE SESSIONS
SAKA is funding information and advice sessions for renal patients. These will be every Tuesday at NGH Renal Unit.
Monday 11 March to Friday 15 March. Photo exhibition, Winter Garden, Sheffield
Thursday 14 March WORLD KIDNEY DAY : Public Open Day, 1.30 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Central United Reformed Church, 60 Norfolk St, Sheffield S1 2JB (corner of Norfolk St and Chapel Walk)