Fundraisers needed to help tiny hearts

Fundraisers needed to help tiny hearts tiny-tickers-280-NEW

Tiny Tickers - the baby heart charity, is looking for fundraisers to help raise awareness of congenital heart defects in babies for Heart Week which runs from February 7th - 14th.

This year, 1,000 babies will be sent home from hospital with an undetected heart condition. Tiny Tickers works to reduce these numbers by training sonographers and health professionals to be able to detect congenital heart defects during the 20 week pregnancy scan. The charity also provides support and care for families who are dealing with a diagnosis of heart problems.

Find out how you can get involved by visiting Tiny Ticker's website.

Watch Tiny Ticker's video on the importance of early detection of congenital heart defects here

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