Women with heart disease share their stories in Heart Matters magazine, plus advice and support if you have been diagnosed yourself.
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Leave the buzz of the city behind you and join us on this 54 mile challenge. Use your pedals to power our life saving research.
You can help fund our life saving heart research by donating any unwanted items to your nearest BHF shop.
We have furniture and electrical stores across the UK selling great value sofas, dining sets, beds and much more.
Our strategy sets out our plans to fund half a billion pounds of research over the next five years.
Whether you are living with heart disease or supporting a friend or family member, our online community is a space for you.
Meet some of our heart heroes who have bravely shared their stories with others.
Read our vision and priorities to 2020 and see how we're fighting for every heartbeat.
We need to turn our research into treatments. Help us continue our vital work.
"I used to be independent, but I have lost just about everything."
Richard - Heart Failure patient
There are over three quarters of a million people living with heart failure in the UK, and the number is growing. The money you donate means we can fund lifesaving research, which one day will lead to a cure.
Find out why your support means so much to people who have been affected by heart failure.
Richard lost his battle with heart failure on his 45th birthday. We hope his story will inspire others to join the fight.
Andy lost his brother to heart failure last year. Nothing ever prepared him for the battle Richard would face.
Lorraine suffered a heart attack at just 48. She is worried that she won't be here to watch her children grow up.
When Charlotte and James' mum, Lorraine, suffered a heart attack, both of their lives changed forever.
Bronnach, 35, suffered a huge heart attack days after her third child was born. It meant she couldn't even lift her baby.
As a nurse, Clare sees first-hand how difficult coping with the symptoms of severe heart failure can be.
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