In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the organisers of the biggest mass-participation sports events across the country have come together to create a new campaign to raise vital funds for the UK’s charities.
Today we inform ECHO supporters of important changes to children’s cardiac services across London and the South-East.
Will you kick off 2020 by sharing the love? Support ECHO this National Heart Month and support children with congenital heart disease, and their families.
We are delighted to have been supported by Skylark Galleries London who donated 5% of their beautiful summer exhibition to ECHO.
A message from Lizze Bichard at London South Bank University about their Heart Siblings research & how ECHO members can get involved.
We are delighted to announce that singer Charlotte has joined the charity as an ECHO Ambassador, just as she has released her stunning latest single “All My Life” based on her experience when her nephew Archie was diagnosed with congenital heart disease and required heart surgery at just a few days old.
By donating to ECHO this Christmas you can be a Secret Santa and give fun and laughter to children with congenital heart disease who are facing spending the festive season in hospital.
We are delighted to share that our short film: Walking In Our Shoes has won ‘Best Film Documentary’ at the Cinephone-international smartphone short film festival.
Kalostasis explores the inner workings of our most vital organ – the heart – and translates scientific data into an immersive experience through touch, sight and sound.
Join our Connecting Hearts appeal and help us support even more heart families in times of need.