Kidney Wales are thrilled to have been nominated as Rogers Jones & Co Auctioneers & Valuers charity of the year for 2021.  One of the fastest growing auction houses in the UK, offering a service of distinction as Wales’ principal auction house.  Numerous auction records have been achieved at their salerooms including the highest hammer price achieved in an auction house in Wales.
Their charity work has always been important to them as a firm and includes charity auctions, talks, valuation days and supporting a charity each year through catalogue sales and donations. We are delighted to nominate Kidney Wales as our nominated charity for 2021. It is a charity close to our west Wales auctioneer, Charles Hampshire’s heart.
“Sadly my father suffered kidney failure and passed away when I was fourteen. The kidney dialysis treatment he received no doubt extended his life by a couple of years which were extremely important years for my brother and I. We have always been extremely grateful for this and it is for these reasons I have selected Kidney Wales as our chosen chariot ty this year. I would like to thank the Rogers Jones partners for the opportunity to select a charity this year.”
Established in 1992 by David and Margaret Rogers Jones, Rogers Jones & Co Auctioneers & Valuers remain a family business at the core, offering expertise in many different fields. Our team includes six valuers with over 150 years of joint experience in valuing and assessing all manner of antiques and fine art. Each member of the appraisal team has a specialist interest and subject meaning that expertise is wide-reaching.
Their auctions are conducted from a 4000 square foot saleroom in the town centre of Colwyn Bay, North Wales and at their 6000 square foot trading-park facility in Cardiff. They also have valuation offices in Carmarthen, serving West Wales and where items can be assessed, valued and entered for auction with their regional auctioneers.
Speaking of the nomination Kidney Wales, Income Generation and Events Manager Danielle Jones said
“We are delighted and so grateful to be selected as charity of the year for as Rogers Jones & Co Auctioneers & Valuers.  The support from the team will help us bring so many life changing projects to life for our Kidney Community in Wales.   We are excited to be able to support the team throughout the year with their fundraising efforts, but also being able to work together to identify opportunities for our Kidney Community to get involved with during these difficult time’.
Kidney Wales has been working tirelessly to support our vulnerable Kidney Community and our fantastic NHS through these unprecedented times.  The number of financial grants available for patients during this time of hardship has been increased, wellbeing information and support has been offered by bringing the community together through an online facebook group where key guidance and advice is shared helping patients feel prepared for every aspect of the pandemic. Kidney Wales has also funded re usable face coverings for Kidney Patients who are shielding, with over 3,000 face coverings having been distributed so far.