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We’re proud to be launching a new collaboration with our long term partner Radley London, where we will be working together to raise £30,000 through the sale of their gorgeous Love Me Do collection. 15% of the retail price will go towards funding BHF research.

Priced at £15 for a medium canvas tote to £209 for a small leather zip-top backpack, these beautiful items will be available to buy in all 18 Radley high street stores and at Radley.co.uk from the 19th March 2018.woman holding a radley bag

Radley will also be running a Bag Amnesty Campaign from 19th March until 22nd April, where customers will receive £50 off a £150 spend on Radley products when they donate an old bag to be sold in our BHF shops.

We are proud to have worked with Radley from 2009 to date, raising vital funds and awareness through stock donations and product promotions.

  • Between 2009 and 2011 Radley raised over £56,000 through handbag amnesty campaigns in their stores.
  • In 2012 Radley supported us through sponsorship of our Tunnel of Love fashion and art event, in aid of the Mending Broken Hearts Appeal.
  • In 2014 Radley supported the fight for every heartbeat by donating 15% of the profits from five exclusive Radley products.
  • In 2016 Radley launched the campaign #wearyourheart to raise awareness of a product range, again donating 15% of the profits to the BHF. During the campaign Radley collaborated with bloggers and celebrities, including Pippa Middleton who styled the bag at the Roll out the Red fundraising event.
  • Radley staff have also got behind the partnership, holding red days and entering teams into sporting events such as the London to Brighton Bike Ride.

The partnership with Radley has raised over £120,000 for our vital research work.

We are delighted to be working with Radley for another year. We have an ambitious programme of research expansion planned in order to drive the fight against heart disease forward. The future of this fight is reliant on the ongoing support of companies like Radley and I can’t thank them enough for supporting us with our goals’ .Head of Corporate Partnerships, Bianca O’Donnell.