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Join Hearts United today

When you become a regular supporter of the Heart Foundation, you become an important and powerful ally.

Your monthly contributions will go towards funding world-class heart research and medical training, and power vital health, awareness and education programs that will save lives. You have the opportunity to help keep Australian hearts beating. In the fight against heart disease, the power of every heart counts.

Regular donations are the best way to fight heart disease. Every dollar helps us fund projects and programs that help us save the lives of adults, teens, children and infants from communities across Australia.

Make a monthly donation

Providing a monthly donation enables us to plan ahead and commit to life-saving programs. Your will help save Australian lives by:

  • ensuring world-class research gets the long-term funding it needs
  • developing vital guidelines for health professionals
  • supporting patient care for people living with heart disease
  • helping Australians to live healthier lifestyles
  • advocating to government and industry to improve heart health in Australia. 

Once you start up to our monthly giving program, we'll send you updates and stories that show how your contributions, and those of other Hearts United members, makes a difference to the lives of thousands of Australians. 
Download the monthly booklet (PDF).

Meet Rob Marley

"As a paramedic, I can save the life of someone you love. As a Heart Foundation supporter, I can help save thousands."

Rob Morley, a paramedic, knows the importance of battling heart disease - he's on the frontline every day.

"Having survived my own heart attack reminded me of the importance of how much the Heart Foundation's investment in research and education programs improves outcomes for all Australians."

 - Rob Morley, Advanced Life Support Paramedic

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