On Thursday March 9th the Kidney Kids team took to the streets of Falkirk, Stirling and surrounding areas in a riot of blue and yellow - we were not easily missed!
We were visiting the businesses who had supported Kidney Kids for World Kidney Day in..
Petroineous Grangemouth held a Christmas raffle to raise money for Kidney Kids Scotland. The raffle was enourmously successful, raising a hugely impressive £2005.09.
Kidney Kids Scotland delighted to be the organisations c..
The Tea House restaurant in Larbert chose Kidney Kids Scotland to benefit from their Christmas Facebook Campaign. They produced a number of facebook posts in the run up to Christmas and invited people to like and share these posts. Ever..
Founder and manager of Kidney Kids Scotland Sheena Dunsmore has been hitting the headlines in 2017 and deservedly so. She has been awared an MBE in the New Years honours list for her services to children with renal and urological cond..
The Enchanted Forest, Perthshire’s multi-award winning sound and light show, presented each of their chosen 2016 charities with £5,000, following their successful charity eveningopening night from this year’s show shimmer...
If you are in Glasgow you may be lucky enough to see the Kidney Kids Scotland taxi zooming around the streets - it is hard to miss!
This month our taxi paid a visit to the Royal Hospital for Children in Glasgow to take part in a photo shoot with som..
We would like to extend a huge thank you to everybody who attended our Psychic Afternoon on Sunday. It was a huge success, raising £1427.50. The event venue McQ's were as always excellent hosts and very supportive.
Both Psychics ..
The King was alive and well at Andy Bell's recent Elvis tribute night featuring Johnny Lee Memphis. His hugely successful event raised £858. A huge thanks to Andy from all of the team at Kidney Kids Scotland.
Vicky Stewart pitured here with her wee boy Oliver ran her socks off in the National Trust for Scotland Half Marathon and raised an enormous £2656.43 for Kidney Kids Scotland. All of the team and Kidney Kids Scotland are delighted and wou..
Dr Ian Ramage, renal consultant at the Royal Hospital for Children in Glasgow recently competed in the Iron Man Challenge in Wales to raise money for Kidney Kids Scotland.
We asked him why he had decided to take on this ambitiou..