Other ways to donate

You can support the fight for every heartbeat in lots of ways. You can donate through your salary or turn your old mobile into pioneering research and vital prevention and care work.


Turn your old inkjet and laser cartridges into donations

The Recycling Factory will donate up to £4.50 for every inkjet and laser toner cartridge that can be successfully recycled. And it's completely free.

To recycle your inkjet cartridges, simply contact The Recycling Factory to request your FREEPOST BHF address label or collection box. Collection boxes can also be used to recycle toners and electronic gadgets – a free collection service will be arranged once your box is full.

For more information, simply call The Recycling Factory on 0800 091 0696, email [email protected] or visit the The Recycling Factory website.

Donate loose change with Coinstar

Since 2001 our big hearted shoppers have donated over £300,000 at Coinstar self-service coin counting machines in Asda, Morrisons, Sainsbury and Tesco supermarkets across the UK.

You can donate your loose change too. To find your nearest machine visit the Coinstar website or call 0800 328 2274.

Remember to send us the Gift Aid receipt.

Donate a car

Do you have an unwanted car? You can use it to join the fight for every heartbeat, by scrapping it through Giveacar, a not-for-profit social enterprise.

Giveacar will accept any vehicle, even if it’s not roadworthy, as well as ride-on lawnmowers, farm machinery, vans, motorbikes and lorries. They'll collect vehicles from anywhere in the UK, free of charge. For more information or to book a collection visit giveacar.co.uk.