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INEOS staff cycle miles for tiny hearts

Tiny Tickers has received a donation of £1,000 from INEOS O&P UK Team #3. Tiny Tickers was selected following the suggestion from one of the team riders, whose personal fundraising was founded on a close friend’s involvement with the charity. He said, “A good friend’s unborn baby was diagnosed with a congenital heart defect and…

Life-saving pulse-oximetry machines to help babies in the Western Isles

Finlay Eric Macleod NHS Western Isles

NHS Western Isles has received six pulse oximetry machines, thanks to the generous support of parents Ruth and Finlay Macleod, and Tiny Tickers, a charity that aims to improve the early detection and care of babies with serious heart conditions. These monitors, which can help detect serious heart conditions soon after birth, will be used…

A hearty congratulations to our thank you card winner!

Thank you to all the children who entered our recent Platinum Jubilee thank you card competition! We were thrilled to receive so many brilliant, colourful and bold designs, with the winning artwork being turned into our next formal ‘Thank You’ card. Following a secret vote, we’re delighted to announce that our winning design was created…

346 pulse oximetry machines and counting

When we placed our first pulse oximetry machine in 2017 at Good Hope Hospital, Birmingham, we set a target of placing 330 machines nationwide by April 2022. At the time, we anticipated that 330 pulse oximetry machines would fulfil the initial demand from maternity hospitals across the UK. We’re delighted to report that we have…

CRM Oxford announces new ‘heartfelt’ charity partnership

We are delighted that Chapman Robinson & Moore Accountants Oxford have chosen to support Tiny Tickers throughout the year. In the last few months of 2021, CRM accountant Beccy Blake’s son Charlie fell ill with a serious heart condition that was not diagnosed until he was 18 months old. Beccy and her family have been…