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  • The Joe Humphries Memorial Trust

    The Joe Humphries Memorial Trust

    JHMT is a charity set up after the sudden death of Joe who died of Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome

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  • We need your help!

    We need your help!

    Everyone can play their part in helping us to build Joe's legacy so please come and join us.

  • Your Support

    Your Support

    Your Support has helped us raise the awareness of SADS

Upcoming Events

  • Joe's Jog Results

    Joe's Jog Results

    Thursday 22nd June 2017 - Sunday 31st December 2017

    Final Results

  • SADS Awareness Week 2017

    SADS Awareness Week 2017

    Monday 2nd October 2017 - Friday 6th October 2017

    'Each year, on the anniversary of Joe Humphries' untimely death, around the 4th October, we hold the annual SADS Awareness Week where we remind and educate healthcare professionals, sports-related professionals and parents and carers of young people about the dangers of undiagnosed heart conditions like SADS.

  • SADS Awareness Evening

    SADS Awareness Evening

    Tuesday 3rd October 2017

    Creating a heart safe sporting environment.

  • JHMT Christmas Craft Fair

    JHMT Christmas Craft Fair

    Sunday 12th November 2017

    Further details to follow.

News Centre

Alan Teaches Life-Saving Skills to More than 1,000 People

Alan Teaches Life-Saving Skills to More than 1,000 People

2 days ago

A CHARITY volunteer who has devoted four years to training people in vital lifesaving skills has now taught more than 1,000 people.

Cricket Club leading the Way in Being Heartsafe Thanks to Training from Local Charity

Cricket Club leading the Way in Being Heartsafe Thanks to Training from Local Charity

11th Aug, 2017

A LOCAL cricket club has taken part in CPR and defibrillator training to make sure as many of its members as possible know what it means to be heartsafe.

Special Olympics GB Athletes get a Boost from JHMT's Inspire Awards

Special Olympics GB Athletes get a Boost from JHMT's Inspire Awards

10th Aug, 2017

TWO young people from Leicestershire who are competing at this year's Special Olympics GB National Games have been awarded grants from a local charity to help them fulfill their sporting ambitions.