Awareness

Little Hearts Matter Awareness Week

1-7th May 2022 – “Thriving, not just Surviving.”

Hosted by Little Hearts Matter.

 

The LHM Awareness Week is an annual social media campaign, creating an opportunity for the public to recognise the LHM cause and the people we support. You can learn more about our cause by clicking here. The event started four years ago in 2019 and has since become a significant date on the LHM calendar.

Each year, the Little Hearts Matter Team continues to set the theme, organise and host the week.

 

Why “Thriving, not just Surviving”?

This year, we will be highlighting the specific challenges faced by children, teenagers and adult with half a working heart, with an aim to create a world that is more inclusive for them, allowing them to Thrive, not just Survive. 

From listening to our members, we have drawn the follow focus points for our campaign – education, energy, isolation and mental health. These themes will be amplified through stories, quotes and messages that we have collected from members of the charity.

So, in May 2022, join us to amplify the many voices of children, teenagers and adults with half a working heart. 

Share our logo

Download our Awareness Week logo, add it to your social media profile and share it with friends. Click below.

Share our message

Simply clicking share on our posts can help us reach a much wider audience. Click here. 

Raising awareness in schools

A collection of resources to raise a greater awareness with teachers, school staff and ultimately other pupils, helping to ensure that children with half a heart achieve their full potential.

Let’s fly the #CHD flag together.

LHM in the media

Our press specialist is here to guide you through the media experience

Our lovely communications and press specialist, Emma Pelling brings over twenty years’ communications and PR experience to Little Hearts Matter. Emma is here to help you develop your half-a-heart story, so we can tell the world about it.

“How one woman survived multiple heart operations to become a doctor”

LHM is always bursting with pride to see our members in the media, not only do these stories raise masses of awareness, they provide a beacon of hope for all our young members. A huge thank you to Carys for being such a wonderful ambassador for LHM.

Click here to read Carys’s story in the Daily Mail 

“Harry has fought so hard with half a heart, he won’t survive without a transplant”

Click here to read Harry’s story in the Mirror

“Five year old Vinnie with ‘half a heart’ waits for his life-saving donor”

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