CRY’s Costs

£5 Print, post and packing of a CRY information pack (sent out free on request)
£35 The cost of the first counselling call with CRY after a young person dies.
£50 An ECG test for 1 person.
£250 An ECG, viagra follow up Echocardiogram and consultation for 1 person
£350 ECGs for 10 people
£575 20,000 CRY general information leaflets
£800 Referral of one heart to the CRY Centre for Cardiac Pathology for expert evaluation
£1,000 myheart support day, for young people living with conditions
£1,000 1,000 Educational medical information DVDs (sent out free on request)
£1,500 Referral cost per family member to the CRY Centre for Inherited Cardiovascular Conditions and Sports Cardiology
£2,000 CRY bereavement support Day (For 20 to attend)
£2,500  10,000 SADS booklets “When a young person dies suddenly”
£5,000 ECGs for 100 people A Screening day for 100 people, all having and ECG with immediate echocardiograms if required.
£5,000 10,000 Medical information booklet, written by experts
£5,000 Production of 20 presentations of the CRY Conference – for the CRY website and ESC education platform for clinicians
£5,245 ECG Machine (12 lead, capable of taking a 10 second reading)
£8,500 9,500 copies of the CRY Update printed for distribution to supporters
£20,000 1 day of the CRY International Medical conference (150 delegates)
£25- 30,000 Portable echo machine
£42,000 Fund for 1 year, monthly weekend ECG screening clinics at the CRY Centre for Inherited Cardiovascular Conditions and Sports Cardiology at St George’s Hospital Tooting (Screening a total of 1200 people)
£14,250 Cost of production of all CRY literature provided free of charge to raise awareness.
 
Cardiology and Pathology grants
£155,000        Fund the CRY Centre for Cardiac Pathology for 1 year  (300 specialist pathology investigations per year)
£50,000           Fund 1 year of a Research Fellowship Grant at the CRY Centre for Inherited Cardiovascular Conditions and Sports Cardiology