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Zai's Story

25th June 2021

“Zai meant so much to so many people. Raising awareness and funds for the charity in his name is our way of celebrating the amazing person he is and honouring his name.” On June 25th 2020, Isaiah Labeodan passed away from a sudden cardiac arrest. Today, exactly one year on, his family and friends would like to share his story.

Captain Tom 100 Challenge - Steffi's Story

20th April 2021

Next week sees the launch of the Captain Tom 100. Read Steffi's fundraising story and get inspired for your own challenge.

Why you should give regularly

28th August 2020

 Sheila Nardone, our Head of Fundraising, shares an update on our Change the World of Cardiomyopathy urgent appeal, and explains why giving regularly to us as a charity is so important. 

Are you ready for a challenge?

22nd July 2020

Community Fundraiser Jaye shares an exciting update on our 30 Day Home Challenges!

Our 30 Day Home Challenge Journeys

18th May 2020

Cardiomyopathy staff Sheila, Jaye and Jo have all finished their 30 Day Home Challenges. Discover how they got on and read the full article here. 

Lisa's Story

11th May 2020

Lisa bravely decided to fundraise in memory of her late fiancé Jack, who was diagnosed with Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy. Read her story here, and see how she got involved with the 30 Day Home Challenge. 

Karen's 30 Day Home Challenge

15th April 2020

Meet Karen and her husband Nigel, who have taken on their own 30 Day Home Challenge, raising funds for us. Read how they've got on and for more information on our latest updates.

30 Day Home Challenge

30th March 2020

Heard about the 30 Day Home Challenge? Click here to read what the Cardiomyopathy Team have signed up for.

Third Place for Hollis in Himalayan 100 Challenge

20th January 2020

Our fabulous fundraiser Paul Hollis has successfully completed the Himalayan 100 Mile Stage Race. Not only did he complete this epic challenge he classified third overall and has raised a fantastic £1200 for Cardiomyopathy UK.