Over £700,000 has now been raised by a Beaconsfield-based property investor for charity.

Jansons Property, who have pledged to reach the £1m mark by 2023, are supporting Myocarditis UK - a charity set up to research the causes, prevention and cures for myocarditis and raise awareness.

Myocarditis UK was founded after the tragic death of 18-year-old Alexander Jansons, who died from myocarditis in July 2013.


The company have raised the money through donations, sponsorships, fundraising events and merchandise.

Andy Jansons, Managing Director of Jansons Property, said: “Myocarditis UK and its mission is incredibly important to us at Jansons Property.

"With little to no information out there for this heart condition our aim is to support the charity in reaching its goals to fund more research and generate greater awareness about this often hidden condition.

“2020 despite the pandemic has been an excellent year of fundraising for Myocarditis UK, and a high proportion of this comes entirely from generous, voluntary donations which we are extremely grateful for.

"I’m excited to see this momentum continue into 2021 as we push to spread awareness and support the families who are impacted by this life changing condition.”

Jansons Property have announced that they plan to host a series of events throughout 2021 to help the charity reach the fundraising target.

These events will include wine tasting, a golf day, a rugby dinner, a rowing event and a clay pigeon shoot.