The UK Kawasaki Disease Foundation

Kawasaki Disease is the leading cause of acquired heart disease in children in the UK. It's time we changed that....

...together we will

Issues and Needs - A Societi Infographic for Kawasaki Disease
Date: May 2016

We have prepared clear summary statement, helped by the inclusion of 'infographics' to set out clearly what the current position with regard to Kawasaki Disease is in the UK - and what needs to be done.  This can be used as a awareness raising poster/teaching aid or discussion point.

Societi Summer Newsletter 2016
Date: August 2016

For an update on our work over the period December 2015, when we began, to June 2016 - together with forward plans, please download a copy of our Summer 2016 newsletter here! 


Societi Spring & Summer Newsletter 2017
Date: April 2017

What an incredibly busy few months... to check out our progress, see the milestones we are hitting together with our ambitious plans for the next six months, please download our latest newsletter.

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the fight against Kawasaki Disease. Please help if you can.

Why Societi? A Rationale for Co-ordination & Investment
Date: January 2016

Kawasaki Disease is the leading cause of acquired coronary artery disease in children in the UK. In January 2016 we prepared a document which describes the need for a co-ordinated, higher profile voice for Kawasaki Disease across the UK, so we can improve the outcomes for children experiencing Kawasaki Disease. To learn more about why this is essential download our document here.

​​​​​​​For Funders and Policy Makers

Societi UK National Strategy for Kawasaki Disease
Date: March 2016

We have prepared an ambitious strategy to enable a co-ordinated approach to tackling Kawasaki Disease across the UK. Download our strategy here.

There's information across our site that funders and policy makers may be interested in but we've assembled key documents below which we think will be of particular relevance.  If you're looking for information and cant find it here, please do get in touch.