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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…

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:  Fundraising for Chain of Hope is one of the most effective things you can do for us and the money…

Medical Volunteering opportunities

Chain of Hope relies on medical volunteers to offer their skills and expertise in order to carry out our training programmes and medical missions. Volunteering usually involves a week of surgical or…

Shouq - Syria

Baby Shouq from Syria lives in Zaatari Refugee Camp which is the home of more than 80,000 Syrian refugees in Jordan.

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…

Adam - Iraq

Adam is from Iraq and lives in Jordan with his parents as a refugee. He was diagnosed with a large Ventricular Septal Defect (VSD) and needed urgent operation to survive.

Adrian - Bolivia

Five year old Adrian was the first child from Bolivia to be treated by Chain of Hope. Adrian was operated on by Professor Sir Magdi Yacoub and the team at the Aswan Heart Centre in Egypt.

Podolsky - Haiti

Two Year old Podolsky is from Haiti and was born with life-threatening heart disease that seriously affected his growth and nutrition, he was failing to thrive.

Noralain - Yemen

Two year old Noralain from Yemen was extremely blue and failing to thrive, when her aunt, Magda found help through Chain of Hope on Facebook.

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