congenital heart defects

Our Statement of Support.

As our supporters, beneficiaries and fundraisers, I thought you should know how the charity is approaching the coronavirus pandemic – the steps we are taking to help families; keep our services running; and to look after our staff. Here are some of the things we’re doing:   We are liaising with the NHS and others…

Ride2Recovery aims to raise £50,000 for tiny hearts

Ride2Recovery is a cycling endurance event tackling the toughest  routes in Europe. To date the cyclists have raised over £350,000 for charity and continue their adventures in 2019 by tackling some of the biggest and most testing climbs in Austria, Italy, Switzerland and France, whilst supporting tiny hearts en route. The 2019 charity cycling event…

Applications Open For Pulse Oximetry Machines

With the success of our project to place pulse oximetry machines in hospitals we are now opening up our application process for NHS Trusts to acquire machines for newborn testing. We work to improve the early detection and treatment of babies with congenital heart disease (CHD). We recognise the important role that pulse oximetry testing…

Tiny Tickers’ Attend NCARDRS Training Conference

On the 14th of March, our Head of Training, Anne Rhodes, and CEO, Jon Arnold, attended the National Congenital Anomaly and Rare Disease Registration Service (NCARDRS) training conference to share their knowledge and expertise with staff.   NCARDRS is a Public Health England service that records congenital abnormalities and rare diseases across the whole of…