This January, family jewellers F.Hinds, who have a store in The Galleries are giving customers the chance to buy a stunning piece of jewellery that will help fund vital research into new treatments for people living with heart and circulatory disease.
From earrings to necklaces and brooches to charms, a range of over 1,000 heart-shaped pieces will offer something for everyone and provide the ideal gift for a loved one in time for Valentine’s Day. Better still, F.Hinds will donate 5% of the sale price from the range to the British Heart Foundation (BHF) to help fund vital heart research.
On sale from 7 January, and with prices starting from £4.95, the donations from each heart-themed item will go towards helping support over seven million people within the UK living with diseases such as heart failure, vascular dementia and diabetes.
Jeremy Hinds, director and F.Hinds family member, says: “We are thrilled to have partnered with the BHF and are humbled to know that our jewellery will help the charity’s mission to save and improve the lives of people living with heart and circulatory diseases. With 1,000 different products to pick from, we’re positive that buyers will find something that marries up with their unique taste.”
Gemma Lewis, Partnership Manager at the BHF, said: “Our partnership with F.Hinds will give members of the public the opportunity to help those living with life changing conditions by simply purchasing a gift for a loved one – or themselves! We’re thrilled that F.Hinds are donating proceeds from this range, which will help the BHF support even more people living with heart and circulatory diseases.”
Their partnership will run from 7 January – 15 February 2020.
F.Hinds stores around the country launched the partnership with a ‘Wear Red Day’ on 7 January in support of the work carried out by BHF and its talented research.
You will find F.Hinds on the ground floor of The Galleries, opposite Greggs.
Give a heart to save a heart this Valentine’s Day.
Those interested can also pop in store to purchase their BHF pin with a suggested donation of £2 to show their support.