Kidney Care UK utility partnerships

Kidney Care UK's utility company partnerships provide vital support for thousands of people living with chronic kidney disease (CKD) in the UK.

We have joined forces with numerous utility companies to provide vital support for kidney patients across the UK. Through our partnerships we aim to provide additional support to vulnerable people living with CKD and especially to those living in the most deprived areas across the utility company networks.

We will work together to make it easy for people to register for extra support by joining the Priority Services Register.

Kidney Care UK utility partnerships

  • Anglian Water

    We are working with Anglian Water to support around 870,000 living with CKD in East Anglia with financial assistance and a dedicated phone line.

  • Electricity North West

    Through our partnership with Electricity North West, we aim to provide specific support for people living in areas with high levels of CKD in the Wirral, Salford, Greater Preston, Liverpool and Manchester.

  • E.ON Next

    Working in partnership, Kidney Care UK and E.ON Next will support people living with kidney disease in five areas within Nottingham, Coventry, Leicester, Bolton and the North East.

  • National Grid Electricity Distribution

    In partnership with National Grid Electricity Distribution, we are reaching out to people on with kidney failure in East Lindsay and Birmingham.

  • Scottish and Southern Electicity Networks

    We are working with Scottish & Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) to help people living with CKD access additional support services.

  • Severn Trent Water

    Our partnership with Severn Trent is transforming the support available to over 260,000 people living with CKD in the region, including debt support and a financial hardship fund.

  • Southern Water

    Kidney Care UK and Southern Water have joined forces to support more than 150,000 people with CKD in Southern Water’s supply area.

  • SGN & Scottish Water

    With a joint safeguarding initiative including Scottish Water and SGN, we are helping to promote the Priority Services Register for vulnerable households across Scotland.

  • Thames Water

    Kidney Care UK is excited to be working with Thames Water to support vulnerable kidney patients in London.

  • United Utilities

    In partnership with United Utilities, we aim to support around 55,000 people with CKD in the four most deprived parts of Liverpool, Manchester, Salford and Preston.

  • Wessex Water and Bristol Water

    We have joined forces with two companies in the west of England to support more than 210,000 people with CKD, including people in the most deprived areas of Bristol and Dorset.