Thank you so much for fundraising for Little Hearts Matter. Your support is really appreciated and will help us reduce the isolation, fear and lack of understanding created when a child has only half a working heart.

There are a couple of different ways you can send in any money raised. If you have any questions or there is anything else we can help with, please get in touch.

Donate via our website

Donating online is really simple and Gift Aid is worked out for you automatically. If you are donating from a fundraising event, please contact us to tell us more about your fundraising.

Donate online

Send in a cheque

If you would like to send us a cheque, please make it payable to ‘Little Hearts Matter’ and post it to:

Little Hearts Matter,
75 Harborne Road,
4th Floor,
Edgbaston,
Birmingham  B15 3BU

Please include a note about what fundraising event the money is from.

Make a donation directly into our bank

At a branch of Barclays Bank. Email us for our account details if you’d like to make a direct transfer.

Contact us

Make your donation go further with Gift Aid

Please Gift Aid your fundraising if you can. You can download our Gift Aid form below:

Download Gift Aid Form

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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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