Fundraise for us

The support we offer heart families is only possible due to the generosity of our donors, fundraisers and volunteers. As a local charity, we receive no external funding and therefore every penny counts.

COVID 19 UPDATE

*Due to the ongoing and long-term situation with Covid-19, all of our fundraising events have had to be postponed until further notice. If you were due to take part in any of our events you will be contacted directly or please feel free to contact Lynn on [email protected] with any questions or queries you may have.

It goes without saying that as a charity we rely entirely on our individual, community, corporate and event fundraising to provide support services to local children and young people living with heart disease in Northern Ireland.

We are a small charity but we are enormously proud and very humbled by the support we have received over the years and hope to continue to receive in better times. We don’t take this for granted and know that in these testing times all charities, like ourselves will be affected.

We truly appreciate the donations that are still coming in from past events and personal giving. Our amazing supporters make us very proud and with their help we will strive to continue to provide as much support, information and help as we possibly can to our families.

We hope in brighter days, our supporters will continue to support us in some small way and when we return to some normality in the months ahead, we look forward to welcoming you at our fundraising and family events with open arms.  With Many Thanks. CHT TEAM

You, our supporters, make the difference to what services and support we can provide to children and young people with heart disease and their families in Northern Ireland.

With no government funding we are indebted to everyone who supports us through various fundraising activities.

From runs to abseils, payroll giving to corporate support, there are lots of ways you can fundraise for Children’s Heartbeat Trust. We have plenty of suggestions below if you are looking for some fundraising inspiration.  Additionally, a dedicated fundraiser can assist you to make sure your fundraising is a great success.

Fundraisers

A dedicated fundraiser can be helpful in many ways, just give us a shout and we will assist you as best we can.

CHT are so supportive and friendly and always willing to help in any way. They are actively involved in so much fundraising and were brilliant at campaigning for an All Ireland Heart Service.

The CHT team go above and beyond for their families. They know us, each of us and our stories.

I can’t imagine how our journey would’ve been without them.

We could not have got through our son’s diagnosis and hospital stay without their support and the offer of accommodation.

The access to family support groups gave me great hope about the future of my child.

You always know that they are only a call away.

More Information on Fundraise for us

Join our Events

Fundraise for us by taking part in one of our annual events.

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MoreThanAGift

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Corporate

Support us through your employment.

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Host your own event

Got your own fundraising idea? We can support you.

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Giving in Celebration

Supporting Children’s Heartbeat Trust at your special occasion is an extremely rewarding and thoughtful way to support our work.

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In Memory & Legacy Donations

Leaving a gift in your will or in memory of a loved one, no matter how big or small can make a real difference to our future and the children we support.

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Give As You Earn

You can make a donation from your salary before tax. If your employer, company or personal pension provider runs a Payroll Giving scheme.

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How your money helps

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could pay for a sensory toy for the Play Specialist to use on Clark Clinic.

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could pay for a Sats Monitor on Clark Clinic.

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could support ten families who have to travel outside of Northern Ireland for their child’s open heart surgery.