Diversity and inclusion
We want to free lives from the restrictions, fear and life-limiting nature of kidney disease. We will be a charity where everyone feels like they belong, and benefits from and participates in the work we do.
We are passionate about creating an inclusive workplace that promotes and values diversity, fully representing different cultures, backgrounds, and viewpoints. We will continue to be an accessible charity that treats people with dignity and respect in every interaction and develop our accessibility even further.
We will work collaboratively across the charity and with other likeminded organisations to achieve our vision to reduce health inequalities. Social deprivation, ethnic background, gender, mental health, age, and geography are all factors that affect the risk of developing kidney disease, how the disease progresses, the treatments patients receive and their outcomes. We want to ensure everyone has equal access to treatments and care.
Whilst we have more work to do to advance diversity and inclusion for our colleagues and patients, we strive to continuously improve, adopt best practices, and learn from others.