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Annual report and accounts 2022-23

Building foundations to make an even bigger impact

Chief executive, Sandra Currie, looks back on a year of driving forward innovation and accelerating research so we can improve patient lives faster.

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Sandra Currie, chief executive of Kidney Research UK
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Research needed more than ever

Ambassador, Nina Nannar, shares her personal loss from kidney disease after losing her husband Steve just over a year ago.

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Accelerate discovery

We increased our research investment this year to £9.84m, maximising opportunities to increase the pace and impact of positive change on kidney health, through collaboration, funding and innovation.

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Make it count

We sought ways to speed up progress – pushing forward promising innovations, engaging decision makers and sharing vital new evidence – so that discoveries can be translated into treatments and practices.

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Rally for change

Stronger together. By building our Team Kidney community of patients, volunteers, supporters, partners and researchers we can make our voices heard and progress our mission to end kidney disease.

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Strive for excellence

We established and grew partnerships and strengthened our long-term sustainability by investing in the skills and wellbeing of our amazing volunteers and staff members.

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How did we do?

We have built on existing partnerships and created new ones, striving to maximise opportunities to increase the pace and impact of positive change on kidney health.

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