If you’re looking for information about our work, sponsor forms or fundraising advice then look no further!

If you’re looking for the pack for a specific fundraising campaign you can find them in our LHM events section

LHM sponsor form

Collect sponsorship from friends and family with our sponsor form.

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LHM Gift Aid form

If you’d like to gift aid your donation to LHM please complete the form and return it to us.

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Why support LHM

This leaflet explains what we do. Useful if you’re new to the charity or would like to explain it to other people.

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How your fundraising helps

Find out about how your fundraising helps us support families.

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Fundraising ideas A-Z

A selection of ideas to get the creative juices flowing!

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Fundraising top tips

Some useful advice on how to raise lots of money for children with half a heart.

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    If you are booking your summer holiday you might like to look at our Travel and Trips booklet to help with your planning. It is full of tips and ideas for how you can make sure you have a great time but also keep your heart warrior safe. www.lhm.org.uk/information/lifestyle-information/travel-and-trips/ ... See MoreSee Less

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    Children with half a working heart catch colds and coughs just like other children of the same age but of course when you already have a reduced energy level and less oxygen travelling around your body it can knock the children for six. Parents may notice that their child is a bit more cyanosed, a bit bluer, and that they may be a bit more breathless than normal. Keep the children well wrapped up and snug and warm, give them Calpol if their temperature is high, keep the fluids going, small amounts of nourishing food every couple of hours and lots of opportunity to sleep will all help a child recover. HOWEVER, if they have a high temperature for a couple of days or their breathlessness or colour becomes worse take them to the GP for a check-up. If the infection is Viral there will be no point in antibiotics but if the GP thinks antibiotics will help they will be prescribed. If you are worried at all always get your child checked by a doctor. ... See MoreSee Less

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