Our fight against heart disease requires
long-term investment. This is why the support we receive from
individuals, charitable trusts and foundations is essential.
If you give between £1,000 and £25,000 a
year you become a Heart Pioneer. Your support as a
Heart Pioneer could fund research; PHDs; young
people's projects; prevention and care activity or our Mending Broken Hearts appeal.
Mike Daniels and Gemma Cockshott
are Heart Pioneers and support our Mending Broken Hearts
We are delighted and proud to be part of such an amazing programme
Mike and Gemma say,
"We are delighted and proud to be part
of such an amazing programme. The thought that such ground-breaking
work could be possible in our lifetime makes you very
Trusts and foundations
Your gift can support a specific project or you can choose to
allow us to allocate it to where the need is greatest. Whichever
option you choose, we will work closely with you ensuring you are
kept informed of how your gift has made a difference.
How you can help
Funding pioneering breakthroughs for
the future - PHD students
student Lizzie, 24, is funded through a BHF 4-year PhD
Programme, to support heart research and attract the next
generation of pioneering heart scientists.
- A gift of £10,000 will fund
the full costs of equipment and research materials used by one of
our PHD students each year.
- £34,000 will fund the salary and University
fees, for one of our PHD research students for a year.
- A long-term investment of £130,000 in the work
of one of our Researchers will fund their work in its entirety,
providing 3 years funding as well as the vital resources and
Funding innovation through leadership and excellence - Research
Fellows & Chairs
Vivek Muthurangu is a BHF funded Research Fellow leading the
Vascular Imaging and Physics Group at UCL.
- A gift of £67,000 will fund
the costs of a BHF Research Fellow and their experimental equipment
for an entire year.
- A gift of £200,000 will
support one of our Research Fellows to advance their work over
We hold exciting special events throughout the
year such as BHF Question Time at The
Guardian, and Tunnel of
Love. This years event was a huge success raising over
£120,000 for our Mending Broken Hearts
Visit one of our labs
Several times a year, we arrange visits for
small groups to BHF-funded research centres.
It’s a great opportunity to see the science in
action, meet the researchers and learn more about their amazing
To find out more about our events and lab visits, please email
call 020 7554 0320.
If you would like to find out more about our work and discuss
how you can help by making a major gift, contact us today.
Phone: 020 7554