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Run the 2022 Royal Parks Half Marathon for Chain of Hope

Run the 2022 Royal Parks Half Marathon for Chain of Hope Event Date: 9th October 2022 London, UK Minimum sponsorship amount: £500 Complete Application Form Here The Royal Parks Foundation Half…

Chain of Hope is seeking a Donor Care Assistant

Chain of Hope is seeking a Donor Care Assistant We are looking for an enthusiastic and talented Donor Care Assistant to join our successful and exciting team, who is passionate about Chain of Hope’s…

Donate

Help Build a Future for Chain of Hope by setting up a regular donation. Monthly donations, no matter the size, help us save children's lives. This year for our 25th Anniversary, please consider…

Saving Lives During the Pandemic

Saving Lives During the Pandemic Despite the ongoing impact of the pandemic, Chain of Hope's internationl network of volunteers continued to work to save the lives of children with heart disease…

Meet the children

Find out more about sponsoring a child's operation contact Emma Scanlan on 020 7351 1978 or by email emma@chainofhope.org  Donate Now Chain of Hope helps children in desperate need of…

Ahmed – Ethiopia

Baby Ahmed was born with a complex congenital heart condition, which meant he needed heart surgery to survive. Chain of Hope flew him and his mother to London where successful surgery has meant Ahmed…

Ebrima – Gambia

There is no cardiac care in the whole of The Gambia, so when 5 year-old Ebrima was diagnosed with a serious heart condition, consultants there asked Chain of Hope to fund treatment in the UK.

Haile – Ethiopia

Suffering from rheumatic heart disease, orphan Haile was left at a hospital in Addis Ababa with little chance of survival. A life-saving operation in Egypt organised by Chain of Hope means he is now…

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…

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