Apple Apartments are proud to announce that they have chosen Children’s Heartbeat Trust as their nominated charity of the year. The company manage serviced apartments in Belfast and are delighted to be able to raise funds for a local children’s charity in Northern Ireland.

Tom Smyth from Apple Apartments comments:  “We are delighted to be able to partnership with Children’s Heartbeat Trust to help raise awareness of heart disease in children and young people and raise much needed funds to support the charity in providing support to children and their families so they can live life to the full.’’

Children’s Heartbeat Trust work closely with Clark Clinic which is the regional paediatric cardiac ward at the Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children to help fund medical equipment and initiatives, ensuring that children with heart disease in Northern Ireland receive the best care and treatment possible.

Heart Disease is the most common birth defect with over 200 babies born each year in Northern Ireland with the condition. Many of these children will require ongoing cardiac care and/or open heart surgery.

The charity also run family support groups across the province. Each of these groups are parent-led and give families the chance to get together in a social, relaxed environment where they can meet with other local families facing similar challenges.

Sarah Quinlan from Children’s Heartbeat Trust said: “We are extremely grateful to Apple Apartments for selecting us as their Charity of the Year and really look forward to working with them over the next year.’’

As a small, local charity, Children’s Heartbeat Trust rely solely on public donations to fund their services and are extremely grateful to local people, organisations and businesses for support to their services.

For further information on Children’s Heartbeat Trust visit Please donate generously