Make It Beat is a subject close to the hearts of the founders and trustees, the Bhanot family.
As a family, they have a strong belief that preventative and natural treatments are the way forward to prevent and treat heart disease rather than relying on drugs.
CPR training is possibly the simplest and easiest way to prevent heart attacks causing deaths. The family has a mission to train people in the UK to learn this technique to save lives, for free.

The Chair of the Trustees is Ravi Bhanot.

The Trustees and Co-Founders are Ravi Bhanot, Sushma Bhanot, B.N.Bhanot, Krishna Bhanot, Pranav Bhanot, Varun Bhanot, Shefali Bhanot, Anisha Bhanot and Ravina Bhanot.

Make It Beat was formed when talking to professionals, it emerged that there are situations where CPR can make that difference between life and death. There are many instances when whilst waiting for the emergency services, something can be done to make the heart beat again.

It is found there are many people who want to do the training but there are barriers such as language or understanding. Special courses have been rolled out to tackle individuals, community groups and minority groups. Make It Beat Charity are committed to reaching out to as many people as possible to train them to save lives.

Two hours from our lives to learn lifesaving skills and CPR will enable us to become lifesavers.

Our vision is to train people to save lives through  Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) training and life-saving skills so that eventually these skills are taught automatically.

How is Make It Beat different?

  1. By targeting groups of people who are in particularly high risk the BME(black, minority ethnics) although we offer CPR training to everyone, irrespective of gender, colour or race.
  2. Training is offered in different languages to cater for all groups of people.
  3. We come to you! Trainers are sent to Community Groups, work places and groups of people unlike most heart charities
  4. Courses are free.

Save someone you love 

70 percent of out-of-hospital cardiac arrests happen in homes, so it is most likely to be your family that you are saving. Only about 46% of people who experience an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest get the immediate help that they need before professional help arrives.

For more information on Cardiovascular disease: prevalence and risk factors please click here.

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