Heart Kids NZ

Organisation page created in the Kiwi Kids category

Each week in NZ, 12 babies are born with a heart defect. Heart Kids NZ needs to raise funds to be able to support these families.

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  Auckland Sick Kids Awareness Family Support

Heart Kids provides practical and emotional support to heart kids and their families through life. Support begins during pregnancy when many heart defects are diagnosed, and continues through birth and childhood, right into adulthood, via a pathway of parent groups, family days, and camps for heart kids, teens, and young adults.

Heart Kids needs your help right now - so that we can continue to help those living with a childhood heart condition. Not only is Covid-19 affecting our families as their children are in the 'at risk' group but it is also greatly impacting on our ability to fundraise – so please donate today to help us to change lives.

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Heart Kids - What we do   15 April 2020

Posted by: Heart Kids NZ

Heart Kids is the only organisation in New Zealand dedicated to providing lifelong care and support for children, young people and families impacted by childhood heart defects (CHD).

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