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HWTH health awareness campaign logo

HWTH Health Awareness Campaign was created in January 2021 by Jessica Heather with the

support from her loving husband Wayne Heather.

Jessica has been diagnosed with several rare conditions, invisible illnesses and disabilities.

Jessica had spent eight long years with little knowledge or understanding of her undiagnosed symptoms. Once diagnosed, Jessica made it her mission to raise awareness of rare conditions, invisible illnesses and disabilities so that others did not have to feel alone in their suffering.

Our Aim is to raise awareness for rare conditions, invisible illnesses and disabilities.

It is our hope to educate the public in hope for their understanding that a rare condition, invisible illnesses and disabilities cannot always be seen by looking at a person.

By communicating, we hope that we can change the way people perceive these health conditions, therefore changing the way they think and act.


Raising awareness is very important, but so is giving back to those charities that support those who live with rare conditions, invisible illnesses and disability.


We have chosen charities where any donations made will be spilt equally between the charities.

If you would like to make a donation to any of the charities listed above, please click the relevant charity logo below.

Behcets UK logo
Guts UK Charity Logo




National Diversity Awards nomination for Jessica Heather in 2021

The National Diversity Awards shortlist was announced 

on the 14th July 2021. 

Jessica sadly didn't make the shortlist nomination, but we are all extremely proud of the awareness that has been raised by Jessica. 

We would like to thank all who nominated for Jessica. 

Your support and kind words really mean the world to us, especially Jessica. 

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Wayne was proudly nominated/ shortlisted for two Rare Reach Awards in 2021.

"Best Story Telling By Family Member Of Someone Affected By A Rare Condition" and 

The People's Choice Award in association with Rare Disease UK.

Although Wayne didn't win, we are very proud of these nominations. 

Congratulations Wayne! Your amazing.. 

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