Can you help us?

In order for the Association to help those with heart problems, we need help from you. There are many ways in which you can show your support. Here are just a few:

Become a member

Anyone can join the Association. It is not a stipulation that you have a cardiac child. Obviously, the Association is set up to cater for families with such children, but it is important that others join as new faces bring new ideas.

If you would like to join the Association, would like to start a new group in your area, or simply need more information, please email us at:

Make a donation

By making a donation to the Association, however, large or small, you can help us to achieve our aims.

To read more about making a donation, holding a fundraising event for the Association and how to make a donation online in the section entitled ‘Making a Donation‘.

Make a regular monetary contribution

By taking out a deed of covenant with the Association, you can pledge to donate a fixed amount of money each year, for as many years as you like.

Use our online shop

By making your online purchases through our shop you pay exactly the same as you would by going direct, however, the retailer pays the Association a small commission on each purchase.

There are many popular names for buying everyday items and in addition, if you are thinking of signing up for satellite TV, broadband or even thinking of getting a new mobile phone then check out our shop first.

Please pay a visit right now by going to or make it automatic by installing the Give as you Live toolbar in your browser.

Search the web with Everyclick

You can support the Children’s Heart Association every time you search the web and every search you make raises money for the Children’s Heart Association.

This is a great new way to support your chosen charity and is something everyone can do at no cost but knowing they are raising money for charity.

To support us in this way, simply go to whenever you want to search the web. You could even make the above link your home page.