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Davidson

Davidson Davidson, who is three years old, is our first patient from Haiti. He recently travelled to London to be treated for a serious heart condition in which both the major arteries were carrying…

Creating Joy in Jordan

Creating Joy in Jordan Our second mission to treat refugees from Syria, Iraq and the Palestinian Territories led to operations for 12 children, who had been living without access to the treatment…

Shipments of Hope

Shipments of Hope Each year, we ship huge boxes of medical consumables – pharmaceuticals and medications that are vital during the treatment of children with heart disease – as well as large pieces…

Alisson

Alisson More than half of all children born with Downs Syndrome also suffer from a congenital heart defect. This unfortunately was the case for 15 year old Alisson from El Salvador who was born with…

Fadia

Fadia Syrian refugee Fadia was referred by our partner organisation Atfaluna to our echo clinic in Amman, carried out at the beginning of our surgical mission to treat refugee children in Jordan…

Harriet's heart

Harriet's heart We are delighted to announce that Harriet Kelsall Bespoke Jewellery have designed a necklace in aid of Chain of Hope. Inspired to support Chain of Hope by her own experience of heart…

Baby Jahiem

Flown for emergency surgery at just four weeks old, baby Jahiem underwent specialist surgery with Professor Victor Tsang at The Harley Street Clinic.

Joe's Journey

Joe's Journey At only a few months old Joe was diagnosed with a hole in the heart, but was unable to get the surgery he desperately needed in Uganda. As he grew more and more unwell, Joe’s mother…

Festive Fun!

Festive Fun! Felicity Kendal CBE, Anita Dobson and H.E Aloun Ndombet-Assamba all gave heart-warming readings at our Carol Concert to celebrate this festive season and a year of mending hearts. Our…

Gala Ball 2015

Gala Ball 2015 The Chain of Hope Gala Ball raises vital funds, enabling us to continue our work in war-torn and developing countries, helping children in need. We are so grateful to everyone who…

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