LHM Youth Isolation Ball

LHM Youth Isolation Ball

We know that many of our youth members aged     11- 17 will not be able to attend their school/college end of year parties, proms or graduations due to the Coronavirus crisis and don’t want to see you miss out.

Little Hearts Matter have decided to throw our own virtual ”LOCKDOWN BALL” so that all our youth members aged 11-17 will still have the opportunity to get all dressed up, have some fun, win some awards and spend the evening with their Little Hearts Matter friends.

So how will we be doing this?

The LHM Youth team will be dressing up and hosting an awesome party on ZOOM. We are inviting our youth members to great all dressed up, even wear your prom outfits and attend. It will be an evening of music, fun, awards and time spent with your friends with half a working heart!

If you would like to join the ball you need to be a LHM youth members aged 11-17 and have access to zoom.

We may even post a little something for our youth members attending to really get in the party spirit.

Just fill out the application form below and keep an eye out for an email with further instructions. 



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