Whether you're calling about yourself or someone you care, we're here to help.
We are looking for volunteers to help in our shops and Furniture and Electrical stores. Make this year count and volunteer for the BHF.
Sign up for the London to Reading Bike Ride. Complete this inspirational 40 mile challenge in support of life saving research.
Our shops are filling their windows with Love Notes and attempting to break a world record in the lead up to Valentine's Day.
Have a clear out and donate your items to us. Simply order donation bags online, then book a free collection or drop them off at your nearest BHF shop.
Our strategy sets out our plans to fund half a billion pounds of research over the next five years.
Our community on HealthUnlocked is for people with heart conditions
Read our vision and priorities to 2020 and see how we're fighting for every heartbeat.
3.5 million Women are living with cardiovascular disease in the UK – the same as men.
Menopause happens to every woman, but did you know it can affect your heart? GP and menopause expert Dr Louise Newson explains the problem and how HRT (hormone replacement therapy) could help.
The number of women visiting hospital with heart disease or stroke has hit an all-time high. There has been a surge of 100,000 visits in just a decade.
Alice Riley was prescribed hormone replacement therapy (HRT) to help protect her heart from the risks of early menopause. She describes the impact of HRT on her life.
Despite 28,000 women dying of a heart attack in the UK each year, women as more likely than men to be misdiagnosed.
Think women aren't affected by heart disease? Think again. More than twice as many women die each year in the UK from coronary heart disease than die from breast cancer.
Our scientists are working hard to beat heart disease. Here are 6 projects we're funding which could help beat problems which affect women in particular.
Heart disease can strike at any age. Read the stories of five women affected by a range of different heart conditions.
There could be a simple way to reduce pre-eclampsia, a potentially life-threatening condition which affects pregnant women and their unborn babies. Dr Hiten Mistry explains the latest research.