Join our Nation of Lifesavers by applying for a CPR kit for your school and workplaces.
Organise a walk and raise money for life saving heart research.
Conquer 26.2 miles throughout September and raise money for life saving heart research.
Pack a punch with your unwanted stuff and help fight heart disease. Order bags, run an event or arrange a free collection and donate your unwanted stuff.
Over 100 quick and easy recipes for a healthy heart. All proceeds go to the BHF.
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.
“Big Interviews” with leading figures from the worlds of health and social care, policy and sport.
Exclusive interview with pioneering heart surgeon Professor Magdi Yacoub
Thinking about death can be tough, but Claire Henry, who leads Dying Matters and the National Council for Palliative Care, believes we’d be better off if we did.
Heart and circulatory diseases and cancer are now the most common causes of death. An expert from the World Health Organisation tells us what this means for our health.
Professor Sir Magdi Yacoub is a pioneer of heart surgery, including child heart surgery and heart transplants. Read our exclusive interview.
One of Great Ormond Street Hospital's co-medical directors talks to us about performing heart surgery on children and the pain of losing a child.
The Care Quality Commission aims to inspect all hospitals in England by December 2015. We talk to the man in charge. Plus, you can listen to parts of the interview.
Tim Kelsey is National Director for Patients and Information for NHS England. He talks exclusively to us about how he’s trying to transform the way we interact with the NHS.
Lee Mears, a former international rugby player, retired from the game due to a life-threatening heart condition. But he’s fighting back.
She’s an anatomist, author, academic and broadcaster. Professor Alice Roberts talks about why science is vital to us all.
He is known for his ready laugh as well as his prowess on the athletics track. Meet an Olympic medallist who is continuing to inspire others.
Despite a leaky heart valve, Roger Black became one of Britain’s greatest 400m runners. Read about his Olympic experiences and how his heart condition has affected him.