Ready to go from regular kid to Heart Hero?
Sitting less and being active for 60 minutes or more each day has plenty of health benefits for primary-aged children. Research suggests that active children are more likely to become active and healthy adults, with a lower risk of developing preventable diseases, including heart disease, stroke and some cancers.
How to get involved
Are you keen for your child's school to run Jump Rope for Heart?
Register your school
Ask your child's school to register for Jump Rope for Heart
Students sign up online
Help your child set up their fundraising page - they're a Heart Hero now
Raise funds online
Share your Heart Hero's fundraising page with family and friends to collect donations
Celebrate your Heart Hero's success at your school's Jump Off Day
Is your school already involved?
What is included?
Aside from the fun of skipping and learning new tricks, when you register your child you’ll get access to the Jump Rope for Heart family resources.
You’ll get access to exclusive videos to learn new skipping tricks, social media tiles to promote your involved as well as plenty of tips to raise funds.
Parents are winners too
With Jump Rope for Heart, it’s not just the kids who can earn prizes. We’ve also got some goodies for parents and guardians to win. For every $40 your child raises, you’ll go in the draw to win a $300 VISA Gift Card*. There are a few to be won each term.
See what parents are saying
“Iris and I could not be more proud of Abi! We always knew she was a little champion, but to be putting in this much effort and raising so much money for the Heart Foundation in her first year at school is fantastic. Iris has also been working hard behind the scenes to support Abi’s skipping and fundraising efforts. It means a lot to our family, especially my mum.”
- Mark P, Father of Jump Rope Heart Hero Abi
“They have such a personal connection to heart disease and really enjoy skipping,” she said. “They also understand how important it is to raise funds for research into conditions like hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM).”
- Melissa W, Mother of Jump Rope Heart Heroes Jacob and Byron
“Seeing my child’s excitement and determination to learn something new is one of the best parts of Jump Rope for Heart. Skipping is such a fabulous exercise for everyone, it brought all the kids together and all the mums loved it too!”
- Danielle R, Mother of Jump Rope Heart Hero Emily