Healthy Heart Grants
Thanks to our partnership with Subway® we offer Healthy Heart Grants of up to £10,000 to community projects that focus on heart health and promote healthier, happier longer lives for everyone.
We award up to £10,000 in 12 regions in the UK every year
Heart Research UK and Subway® Healthy Heart Grant applications are now open for 2019.
These Heart Research UK and Subway® Healthy Heart Grants are available thanks to the fundraising done in Subway® stores and through the Subway Helping Hearts™ Family 5Ks. They are available for new, original and innovative projects that actively promote a healthy heart and help to prevent, or reduce, the risk of heart disease near you.
To be alerted when the 2019 grants open in your area, please sign up to our grant alerts form here.
To find out how a Heart Research UK and Subway® Healthy Heart Grant could benefit your community, don’t just take our word for it. This is what some our grant benefactors have to say:
Ethel, Feel Good Women’s Group, Scotland
“I used to walk a lot with my husband but since he died I didn’t have anyone to walk with. Now I go to two exercise classes a week and have met new friends. I’m very lucky to be able to exercise and feel fit at 82 years old.”
Pete, Pedal Ready, Yorkshire
‘’It’s been 55 years since I cycled but once you get out there and get cycling you feel 100% better for it. The Healthy Heart cycle project has made a big difference to me. It’s helped me be more active than I’ve been in years and I’ve lost just over 2 stone.”
Parent feedback, Home Start Colchester
"I can’t believe for seven years I have not been able to convince my child to eat a tomato and now he’s coming home excited telling me what he’s been making and even helping me cook at home. This is a fantastic opportunity. Thank you."
“The course has been brilliant, I was good at running as a teenager at school, but I never thought I’d have the confidence or the fitness to ever run again, now I’m doing a 5K. I can’t thank you all enough for your encouragement and support.”
Debbie, Genie in the Gutter, Granada