Hand on Heart Charity wins the Guardian Charity Awards 2015

The Guardian Charity Awards aim to showcase excellence among small and medium-sized charities. We were honoured to be announced as winners at a prestigious national awards at the Guardian Offices, London on the 1st December 2015.


Hand on Heart CEO Victoria Burrows comments: “The whole team are absolutely thrilled to have won this award. Winning such a prestigious award really does show case what fantastic and important work Hand on Heart is doing”


Founder and Chairman David Howarth said "I'm so proud of what we have achieved over the last three years and receiving this award is national recognition for all that hard work. We still have a long way to go to ensuring every child in the UK goes to school in a heart safe environment and that every child can save a life by learning how to perform basic life support. Receiving this award will help raise the profile of Hand on Heart which will ultimately help us achieve our objectives." 


Now is a better time than ever to get involved with Hand on Heart, if you would like to know more about our future plans and to discuss opportunities to work with us please get in touch.


A special thanks to pupils from Mossfield Primary School in Salford who took part in our awards video.





Hand on Heart Charity help Felix


Hand on Heart Charity help a little boy Felix and his family leave hospital, after suffering a cardiac arrest two days before his first birthday.

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