Healthy Heart Grants
Thanks to our partnership with Subway®, we offer Healthy Heart Grants of up to £10,000 to community projects across the UK that focus on heart health and promote healthier, happier longer lives.
2021 Healthy Hearts Grants
Funding is now available to charities and community organisations for new, original and innovative projects that actively promote a healthy heart and help to prevent, or reduce the risk of heart disease in your community.
In response to the pandemic, we have adapted the criteria for our Healthy Heart grants. We will accept applications for projects which can be delivered remotely or with social distancing measures in place. This year we are also accepting applications for the funding of equipment only.
Since 2001, we have awarded almost 300 Heart Research UK and Subway® Healthy Heart Grants, directly benefitting the hearts of over 70,000 individuals and countless wider community and family members across all regions of the UK.
These grants are available thanks to the fundraising done in Subway® stores across the UK. This funding has been used for original and innovative projects that actively promote a healthy heart and work towards reducing the risk of heart disease in local communities.
Apply for a Healthy Heart Grant
We are now accepting applications for our 2021 Healthy Heart Grants. Please click the ‘Apply for a Healthy Heart Grant’ button below to find out when we will be accepting applications in your region.
Healthy Heart Grant Highlights
We’ve funded some incredible community projects across the years, find out more about them by clicking on the button below.
“I hadn’t realised how powerful knowledge, skills, good food, fitness and friendship could be. The Power to Change project has opened my eyes and changed the lives of many Black African Women and families in Darlington. Thank you.”
Women Today, Tyne Tees
We can’t do this without you
Through pioneering research and accessible education, Heart Research UK aims to reduce the number of people developing and dying from heart disease, while improving and extending the lives of those affected.
As a charity, we can only do this with your help.
People with certain types of heart disease have a higher risk of developing serious complications from Covid-19 and there is evidence that the virus can cause damage to the heart.
We must continue to do all we can to prevent and treat heart disease.
To help us fund more research and education, please make a small donation to help ensure we can continue our work, now and in the future.