Strain your brain for children with half a heart

Encourage your friends and co-workers to take part in a battle of the brains to see who is the trivia champion and raise money for children with single ventricle heart disease.

Organising a quiz night is a fun way of raising money and it doesn’t have to be hard work. Our Hearts and Minds Quiz pack includes posters, top tips and a ready made quiz for you to use.

How to get involved:

  • Fill in the form below to request your Hearts and Minds Quiz pack
  • Find a venue
  • Let everyone know about the quiz
  • Ask everyone who takes part to make a donation
  • Have a great evening!

Once everyone has donated, remember to send the funds in to us – if you have any questions about how to do this, have a look at our donations page.

You can also download extra fundraising materials from our resources page.

Sign up for your Hearts and Minds Quiz pack below

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    Antenatal Support

    Many families first find Little Hearts Matter just after they have learnt that their unborn baby has half a working heart. The Little Hearts Matter team are here to help make any diagnosis and treatment information easier to understand and will always try to help new families cope with the emotional choices needed during pregnancy. Following a call to the support line you will be linked with a member of the antenatal support team.

    Suzie has been with the charity since its inception, working in the LHM office for over 20 years.. She used to be a Congenital Cardiac Specialist Nurse so will listen to all callers’ concerns and work to help them understand what their medical team have told them, especially following a new diagnosis or treatment plan. Although she is unable to give individual medical advice she will help a caller to draw up a list of questions for their own medical team. She also works to help families to access support for a child in school or apply for benefits and she works to give a general overview of life with a congenital heart condition and the support a child or family may need at any stage of their journey.

    For help with an antenatal diagnosis of half a working heart, call 0121 455 8982 ❤️
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