We are so thankful for the support from our great corporate partners. Here are some of the wonderful companies that have supported LHM over the years.

 

Mortgage Bureau

Mortgage Bureau, an independent mortgage company,  partnered with Little Hearts Matter in 2013 and have been fundraising for the charity ever since. They very kindly donate £1 from every mortgage that they sell and regularly hold fundraising events and take part in lots of different sporting events for LHM.

They have raised over £65,000 for Little Hearts Matter since the partnership began! A big thank you to all at Mortgage Bureau for their ongoing support.

For more information on the Mortgage Bureau please click here.

Smith and Nephew

Smith+Nephew is a leading portfolio medical technology company, operating in over 100 countries globally.

It exists to restore people’s bodies and their self-belief through Orthopaedics including an innovative range of Hip and Knee Implants used to replace diseased, damaged or worn joints and Trauma products used to stabilise severe fractures and correct bone deformities. Its Sports Medicine and Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) businesses offer advanced products and instruments used to repair or remove soft tissue and its Advanced Wound Management portfolio provides a comprehensive set of products to meet broad and complex clinical needs, to help healthcare professionals get CLOSER TO ZERO human and economic consequences of wounds.

Smith + Nephew’s Hull-based office and factory will be supporting Little Hearts Matter in 2020 and through a godfather of a child with half a heart, we’re delighted to partner with them. 

Click here for more details about the business. 

Lily & Me Clothing

Lily & Me are a British clothing brand, designing and manufacturing beautiful print led clothing and accessories based in Gloucestershire. With an emphasis on femininity, they sell to both high street shops and direct to the public via their website. Web customers are able to donate to LHM as a chosen charity and have been doing so since 2017.

B&M Waste Services

B&M Waste Services are an award winning waste management company providing local and national waste collection, recycling and disposal services. As a family-owned business, they are committed to providing a great service and a high level of professionalism to each and every one of our valued customers.

B&M has been supporting LHM since 2017 and continues to sponsor the newsletter as well as host numerous fundraising initiatives on our behalf. 

https://www.bagnallandmorris.com 

 

ATV City

ATV City began it’s operation in 2004, breaking ATVs (All Terrain Vehicles), then progressed into the aftermarket parts and accessories. ATV City is a wholesale distribution company that sells only to dealers engaged in the ATV/Quad Bike industry. All its products are available through all reputable ATV dealers. 

Through the company’s owner and father of Ethan who has half a heart, the business started fundraising for us in 2019 raising £5,000 in a dedicated Awareness month. 

For more details about ATV City, please visit: https://atvcity.co.uk

 

Phuntec was created by Nick Warburton and Kevin Laye to help children manage their worries and anxiety using the PSY-TaP technique. To make this child friendly and accessible, they created a fun storyand have the  motto of “Treat them to a story”. Their story is free to download, and Phuntec are supporting Little Hearts Matter by asking for a donation for each download. Thank you so much Phuntec! You can find out more about Phuntec here

Performance Edge Partnerships

Performance Edge Partnerships, a leadership development company, provide the Little Hearts Matter trustee, management and staff team support with leadership, management, team working and strategy planning. We are so thankful to Glenn, a Director at Performance Edge Partnerships, for his support in helping us to grow the charity.

For more information on Performance Edge Partnerships please click here.

 

Synectics Solutions

Synectics Solutions, a complex data management and software company, have been supporting Little Hearts Matter since 2008. They have provided LHM with database support and have taken part in loads of different fundraising events over the years. Thank you Synectic Solutions!

For more information on Synectic Solutions please click here.

The Blue Cube

The Blue Cube are a team of web developers and designers based in Birmingham. They have very kindly chosen Little Hearts Matter as their charity and have provided us with a charitable discount on our website build.  They have given us excellent support and guidance through the whole process of developing our new website and we are so grateful for all their hard work in building a website which meets all of our needs.

Thank you to the whole Blue Cube team, we love our new website!

For more information on The Blue Cube please click here.

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