This September, help us shine a spotlight on hidden heart conditions.

Hidden heart conditions are cunning. They often go undetected for too long, until something goes wrong, or it’s too late. 

But with you and science on our side, we can change things. 

This September, we're putting a spotlight on hidden heart conditions to raise their profile and fund urgently needed research that could help save lives.

And you can help us. 

Give stories. Give money. Give time. Give stuff. Whatever you can give, give.  

Together, we can bring hidden heart conditions into focus and be part of breakthroughs that could outsmart them for good. 

Whatever you can give, give.

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Give stories

If you’ve been affected by heart and circulatory diseases, share your story with us on JustGiving.

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Give money

Help us to better prevent and treat hidden heart conditions by donating today.

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Give stuff

Whether it’s books, clothes or furniture, raise money by donating your unwanted items.

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Give time

Volunteer in your local BHF to meet new faces, find new purpose and learn new skills.

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Give it a go

Thinking of doing a fundraising event or challenge? Check out our ideas or create your own.

Share your story and hear from others

Hear tales of resilience, triumph, and loss from those affected by heart conditions and add your own voice to the campaign.

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Watch 'The Hidden Heart'

We’ve partnered with ITN Business to shine a spotlight on hidden heart conditions with our news-style programme, 'The Hidden Heart,' for World Heart Day.

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David Seaman highlights daily heart disease deaths

Football legend David Seaman MBE and over 200 supporters came together to shine a spotlight on hidden heart conditions and their impact on the nation every day.

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S Club shine a spotlight on hidden heart conditions

S Club are supporting BHF in honour of their band member Paul, who died in April this year at the age of 46 from an underlying heart condition.