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Leading the fight against chest, heart and stroke illnesses in Northern Ireland

Help us to keep Caring through COVID

How we make a difference

We are the only local charity dedicated to the prevention of chest, heart and stroke illnesses, and the care and support of people affected by them. We provide funding for local research into prevention, treatment, rehabilitation and care. We also campaign for policies to improve the health of local people.

Thank you to our amazing supporters!

  • Musgrave MarketPlace go the extra mile to raise funds for NI Chest Heart & Stroke!
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    Musgrave MarketPlace go the extra mile to raise funds for NI Chest Heart & Stroke!

    Musgrave MarketPlace racked up the equivalent of a Triathlon through static cycles in September and raised a fantastic £1,789!

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  • 75 miles for 75 years; MACE takes on 75-mile challenge for charity’s anniversary year!
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    75 miles for 75 years; MACE takes on 75-mile challenge for charity’s anniversary year!

    MACE, our valued corporate partner of over 5 years, has pledged to undertake a ‘75-mile challenge’ this year to support and celebrate our 75th anniversary!

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  • NICHS partnership reaches an A-MACE-ing milestone raising £250k!
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    NICHS partnership reaches an A-MACE-ing milestone raising £250k!

    Local convenience brand MACE and leading health charity Northern Ireland Chest Heart & Stroke (NICHS) have proven the mantra that two heads really are better than one.

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  • Friends of Professor Declan Connolly run Belfast City Marathon and raise over £3000 for NI Chest Heart & Stroke
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    Friends of Professor Declan Connolly run Belfast City Marathon and raise over £3000 for NI Chest Heart & Stroke

    Team Connolly, a relay team made up of friends of Professor Declan Connolly, ran the 2021 Belfast City Marathon in remembrance of the much-loved Belfast man, raising £3073.20 for our work.

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  • ‘Rankin’ the lorry hits to road to raise money for NI Chest Heart & Stroke
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    ‘Rankin’ the lorry hits to road to raise money for NI Chest Heart & Stroke

    AT&T Rentals have elected NICHS as their charity of choice in memory of long-term employee, Norman Rankin, who passed suddenly of an undetected heart condition last October.

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Stories

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    Lisa's Story

    My name is Lisa. I was a busy wife and mum of two from Carrickfergus. I worked fulltime as a Service Manager in a Mental Health Charity, I was always on the go, always busy! Until I took a stroke in February 2021.

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    Rebecca's Story

    40-year-old Rebecca Logan, a busy mum of two from Dundonald in Belfast was working as a bank nurse and taught 12 fitness classes a week before she took ill with COVID-19.

  • Craig's Story NICHS logo blob shape

    Craig's Story

    After getting help from NICHS following a stroke in 2019, determined Craig has taken on the challenge to walk 50km in a week ahead of his 50th Birthday, to raise money for our work.

  • Sharon's Story NICHS logo blob shape

    Sharon's Story

    Sharon, 51 from Groomsport, had been feeling unwell for a few days when she tested positive for COVID-19 back on 6 September 2020. Initially bedridden by the illness, she is still struggling with its affects 8 months later, so much that it has prevented her from getting back to life as normal.

  • Philip's Story NICHS logo blob shape

    Philip's Story

    When Philip McGhee fell ill with COVID-19 in December he thought it would be something that he could manage himself – but he quickly realised that needed support.

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