With a flash of blonde hair, a twinkling smile, and a warm, friendly voice, Katie Rizvi makes an impression in every room she enters. Katie was born in Hungary and joined her husband in humanitarian efforts in Eastern Europe in the 1990s. This month, her English husband Shajjad Rizvi received an MBE for services to charity and to the British business community in Romania. He and Katie have been working for decades to make a change for children and teenagers across Europe. Read more
“Up to 50% more heart transplants could occur as a result of Heart in a Box,” says a charity spokesperson for the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham (QEHB), where the ground-breaking medical device has been a success for UK medicine.