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Every year Heartbeat supports hundreds of people living in Lancashire affected by the devastating effects of cardiovascular disease. Through Heartbeat’s medically led testing and cardiac rehabilitation programmes we provide essential support to hundreds of people living with or at risk of developing heart problems.

Heartbeat does not receive any funding from government sources and so we rely completely on the generosity of our community to help us continue our vital work.

Any donation that you could give would be gratefully received!

  • £5 could go towards saving someone’s life
  • £1000 could help buy a piece of equipment

Any amount will make a valuable contribution towards achieving positive health outcomes for children, young people and adults.

You can donate now securely with Just Giving

There are many ways to donate

There are many ways you can support us;

  • Join Heartbeat’s Lottery
  • Agreeing to regular giving
  • Taking part of our fun and innovative fundraising initiatives

Do The Heartbeat Lottery

For only £1 a week you get 10 chances to win £1,000 every week and you can have as many entries as you want at £1 each, in the knowledge that your Lottery membership will help support Heartbeat to provide vital support in your own community.

We have tried to make it as easy as possible for you to join Heartbeat’s Lottery and then we will do the rest! Either sign up online or download our Lottery form and post to Heartbeat, Sir Tom Finney Way, Preston, Lancashire PR1 6PA

Find out more about the Heartbeat Lottery

Regular Giving

A regular gift will help us maintain our essential work by providing services for those devastated by heart disease. This support will help us plan ahead in order to reach more people and continue our fight against cardiovascular disease.

You can choose how much and how often you wish to donate by setting up a Direct Debit. Once you have set up your Direct Debit we will confirm all your details in writing and send you a letter of thanks explaining how your donation will make a difference.

If in the future you wish to change your donation, we will always be here to help.

Leaving a gift in your Will – Your legacy

You may wish to leave a gift to Heartbeat in your Will, if this is the case then we will be more than happy to provide you with any support or guidance you may require.

All the donations we receive go to support our work in Lancashire and our ambitious plans to reach more people devastated by heart disease, across the North West.

Your support will help us to reduce the effects of cardiovascular disease.

Heartbeat is the largest charity in the North West providing cardiac rehabilitation for people affected by cardiovascular disease and circulatory disorders. Research is essential in the battle against cardiovascular disease, but so are the vital services provided by Heartbeat for people fight their own personal battle right now!

Your gift will make a difference to the lives of people living in Lancashire and the North West.

Gift Aid

If you are a UK tax payer you can gift aid your donations, gift aid will give Heartbeat an extra 25% at no additional cost to you!

Heartbeat will then claim back the tax you have paid on your donation (25p for every £1 you donate) through Gift Aid.

25% will make a huge difference to Heartbeat and so please consider maximising your donation.

♥ Download a Gift Aid Declaration form

What Happens Next?

In order for Heartbeat to claim Gift Aid we need the following:

  • Your full name and address
  • Your donation must be a personal donation and not paid from a company account
  • For you to be paying income tax or capital gains tax which at least equals the amount Heartbeat will claim in the appropriate tax year.
  • A completed declaration form we can then claim Gift Aid on all your donations in the last 4 years and all future donations

You only need to provide this information once. However if your circumstances change, your name or address changes and you stop paying tax please let us know so that we can amend our records.