British Heart Foundation 2022-2026

Royal Mail employees chose British Heart Foundation (BHF) as our National Charity Partner from 2022 – 2026.

British Heart Foundation 2022-2026

Royal Mail employees chose British Heart Foundation (BHF) as our National Charity Partner from 2022 – 2026.
We are working together to protect heart health and save lives in our communities.
Across the UK employees are fundraising and aiming to raise £2 million for BHF. The money raised will support the Community Hearts Programme, which is aiming to:
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1. Deliver CPR training for 1 million young people

Training a nation of lifesavers.

2. Fund hundreds of Community defibrillators

Saving lives in communities.

3. Develop accessible heart health information for the nation

Providing trusted support.

Download our partnership impact report for more details on our progress to date

Watch postie Dan’s lifesaving story

We launched our partnership with BHF in February 2023. Since then, our people have been running, baking, trekking, quizzing, cycling and much more to raise vital funds for the charity. Read our partnership impact report (coming soon) to see the latest updates on funds raised.

All funds raised by Royal Mail for BHF are being used to deliver the Community Hearts Programme. The programme will protect heart health and save lives in our communities. More information on progress after the first year of our partnership can be found in BHF’s impact report here (coming soon).

Quick CPR and defibrillation is vital to giving someone the best chance of survival after a cardiac arrest. Yet surveys suggest that a third of adults across the country have never undertaken any form of CPR training. That’s why we’re training our employees in CPR. Across the course of our partnership, we’re aiming to train 100,000 employees using BHF’s RevivR tool.

Would you know what to do if somebody’s heart stopped? Start BHF’s 15-minute online training course here.

Our latest partnership updates will be shared in our partnership impact report (coming soon) and via press releases or on our social media channels below:

Visit the BHF website for more information on the charity and how you can support their work.