LifeCycle Challenge


1000+ Wilfred Palcy in aid of LifeCycle (Malta) Foundation – Help us help renal patients


The French marathon runner Wilfred Palcy will run 60 half marathons in 60 European cities in 120 days in aid of a charity of his choice from the selected 60 European cities. He selected LifeCycle (Malta) Foundation as the local charity he would support with the donations collected.

You are all encouraged to join Wilfred Palcy in his admirable endeavour on the 31st March 2018 and help raise funds to help renal patients. Visit the event page on for further information and to donate towards this cause.

Special thanks go to Zurrieq Wolves Athletic Club who are organising the Marathon run


Lifecycle renews lease of van for renal patients

LifeCycle Foundation will once again be funding the leasing of the vehicle used to transport patients to and from the renal unit. The service allows patients to be more flexible in their dialysis treatment during twilight hours. This service began 3 years ago and is another part of the service which the Foundation, set up […]

LifeCycle Challenge 2018: From Dubai (UAE) to Salalah (Oman)

LifeCycle Challenge 2018

  The LifeCycle Challenge 2018 will take place in October 2018.  Applications are now open: Click here to apply!  

LifeCycle Kidney Research Program

The spectrum of renal diseases is very wide. Kidney problems can present acutely in a previously healthy individual or can present when the problem has been present for a few months or years. With acute presentations the insult may be reversible and the renal function may return to normal. When the renal insufficiency becomes long-term, we use the term ‘chronic kidney disease’ (CKD).

The Final Ride!

That’s it! After 1850km, 250km of which was intense off-road, the brave cyclists have done it! 8 out of 12 initial cyclists completed the Foster Clark’s LifeCycle challenge with 4 dropping out due to fatigue or injury. They conquered Kenya and Tanzania and we are proud to have had all 12 participate in the challenge. […]