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Heba – Iraq

Born with a life-threatening congenital heart disease in war-torn Iraq, baby Heba’s luck was transformed when she was chanced upon by a BBC film crew.

Sharon – Kenya

Sharon was born with congenital heart disease that required open heart surgery. Referred by a hospital in Nairobi, Sharon’s life was saved by Great Ormond Street Consultant surgeon, Mr Martin…

Chain of Hope Gala Ball

[youtube:CeVDLe9FTaU] In 2019 the Chain of Hope Gala Ball raised over £1.9 million for children with heart disease in developing and war-torn countries, a phenomenal amount that has saved hundreds…

Support Volunteers

Chain of Hope is supported by Host Families who care for children when they come to the UK. They provide a warm, homely environment for children and their parent or guardian during their temporary…

Your company could save children’s lives

Nobu We are proud to be Nobu London and Nobu Berkeley’s Charity of the Year for 2014. The main thrust of Nobu’s support comes via the Green Tea Scheme. A suggested £1 donation is added to the bill…

Leave a legacy – Give the gift of life

Fundraise for us We know that the first priority when making a will is to provide for your loved ones, but many people find that even after they have done this, they can still leave something to a…

Sponsor a child – save a life

Chain of Hope works in countries around the world to help provide treatment to children who would otherwise not survive. These emergency cases are referred to us by local physicians and if our…

Help mend little hearts

If you are interested in fundraising for Chain of Hope, please email: emma@chainofhope.org  Fundraising for Chain of Hope is one of the most effective things you can do for us and the money…

Meet our Ambassadors

At Chain of Hope we are delighted to enjoy the support of lots of famous faces who are passionate about helping children with heart disease in developing countries to get the treatment and care…

Life-Saving Heart Operations

The importance of training It is estimated that as many as 15 million children die or remain severely ill every year through potentially treatable or preventable cardiac diseases. Since 1996,…

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