Purpose: The British Heart Foundation is the UK’s number one charity. Their purpose is to help transform the lives of people living with heart and circulatory conditions. Helps to change the face of the UK’s fight against heart disease. The British Heart Foundation were founded in 1961 by a group of medical professionals who wanted to fund extra research into the causes, diagnosis, how to prevent and treat people of heart and circulatory disease. There are plenty of ways to help this foundation carry their success and help the people by: making a donation, donate their shops, support their campaigns, volunteer us time, do our own fund-raising and take part in BHF events.
Aims+objectives: To help people don’t die prematurely from heart disease. The new strategy is to give us powerful focus in our fight for every heartbeat. The aims are to continue the fight through our pioneering heart research, vital prevention and survival activity and to make sure there is care and support for everyone living with heart disease. Also they take part into politicians, government officials, workplaces and schools to help everybody know and take part their job in educational places. The BHF funds thousands of research projects around the UK who are fighting heart disease.
Profit: British Heart Foundation shops has raised more than £28.7 million of sales profit. The annual research spend of over £88 million. Increase in Net Incoming Resources to over £100 million of which the Mending Broken Hearts Appeal fund raised £5million. The total income of BHF in the end of year 2012 was £128.5 million
Form of ownership: Public company, because it's a large, well known…