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Tiny Tickers

Org #11120
Vetted since 2012 Site Visit Verified
1999
year founded
$21,684
raised on GlobalGiving
9
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

To give babies with congenital heart disease a better start in life by improving the detection, diagnosis and care before and immediately after birth. Tiny Tickers aims to 1.Improve the detection and diagnosis of CHD; 2. Educate and support health professionals; 3. Advance treatment and care of patients and 4. Improve the experience of families affected by CHD 5,000 heart babies are born in the UK each year yet only one third of them are diagnosed before birth. A baby is born with a serious heart condition every two hours in the UK and despite congenital heart disease being one of the biggest killers of infants in the UK, only around half of congenital heart defects are picked up during ... read more

Project Leaders
Jon Arnold
Jon Arnold
Katie Lawson
Katie Lawson
Team
Jon Arnold, Katie Lawson
Organization Information
76 Chiswick Lane
London, London W4 2LA
United Kingdom
Organization Information
76 Chiswick Lane
London, London W4 2LA
United Kingdom

Project Reports

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Jun 22, 2021
How your support has helped families
At Tiny Tickers our message for parents is always ‘you are not alone’. The ability to speak to others going through, or who have been through, a similar situation is often a very valuable...
Jun 22, 2021
We've placed our 200th Pulse Oximetry machine!
The Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust has received a donation of six pulse oximetry machines from Tiny Tickers with thanks to your unwavering support and generous funding from...
Mar 3, 2021
The Good News bulletin
It is not all bad news - whilst we are unsure as to the longer term impacts on rates of congenital heart disease (CHD), we have used the last year to reframe some areas of work, and progress new...
 
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