“As President of HEART UK, I am delighted to be supporting National Cholesterol Month this October, which aims to raise awareness of the dangers of high cholesterol. Just think what a difference we can all make if we get involved and do something amazing to raise funds to help support HEART UK’s vital life-saving work. I wish them all the best with their campaign”.
Dame Judi Dench, DBE
“I am thrilled to be supporting HEART UK’s National Cholesterol Month and their good work in raising awareness of the dangers of high cholesterol, often referred to as the silent killer. We should all be aware of our cholesterol levels and the importance of a healthy lifestyle. I wish them all the best with this worthy campaign”.
National Cholesterol Month, October 2016
National Cholesterol Month is an entire month devoted to raising awareness of the dangers of high cholesterol and raising funds to help us continue providing our vital life-saving work. Please get involved with our Great Cholesterol Challenge, have fun and raise valuable funds for HEART UK!
For further information on how you or your company could make a difference this October - or for a free Great Cholesterol Challenge fundraising pack, please email fundraising. We are aiming to raise £50,000 from this year’s campaign and the money you raise will go towards running our vital life-saving services such as our Cholesterol Helpline. See how we use the money you raise and the impact this makes on our work.
Enter the Great Cholesterol Challenge now!
- Climb for heart health
- Cycle for heart health
- Walk for heart health
- Run for heart health
- Row for heart health
- Swim for heart health
We receive no government funding and in order to keep The Cholesterol Helpline and our other services running, we rely on the generosity of people like you. You can help! Get involved with National Cholesterol Month, enter The Great Cholesterol Challenge and help us reach our target of £50,000.
HEART UK cannot accept liability for any problems or accidents during activities run in its name. Please make sure you keep safe and legal, and have fun! For comprehensive advice on all aspects of health and safety at events, see http://www.hse.gov.uk/pubns/law.pdf