BHF Fundraising Campaign to Help People with Coronary Heart Diseases
Researchers from the British Heart Foundation (BHF) shops revealed that 85% of local London people prefer romantic gestures over expensive gifts. About 20% of local people in London believe that sending love letter to their partners is the best way to express their love while 21% believes that having breakfast in bed is a suitable option.
In order to express love to their special ones on this Valentine's Day, the London BHF shops have offered a perfect way to local people. They will start a BHF's flagship fundraising campaign on 9th February, 'Ramp up the Red',
in which writing a love note to the special ones will turn the shop window 'Red'. People have been requested to step forward and post a heartfelt Love Note in a London BHF shop window with a donation of just £1 till 16th February.
Louise Harbour, London Area Manager for the BHF, said every penny funded by the lover will help in raising funds for people suffering with coronary heart diseases. The BHF is also requesting great British public to pay £2, 'Ramp up the Red' and help fight heart diseases.
About 280 women in Arun, 190 women in Worthing and 110 women in Adur die every year because of heart and circulatory diseases, said the BHF. It has been reported that the BHF campaign will be supported by Llangrannog Welfare Committee.
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