Go Red North Dakota


In North Dakota 1 in every 3 women will die from heart disease, and yet only 20% of women believe that heart disease is their number one health threat.
Go Red North Dakota was created to save lives.

 Go Red For Women Red Dress PinJoin the Movement
It’s easy, it’s free, and it could help save your life. Join the Go Red For Women movement and get the tools, resources and inspiration you need to love your heart. Go to www.goredforwomen.org
 
Go Red Woman on stairs 
North Dakota Wear Red Day HeartWear Red Day - Feb. 7, 2014
Plan to Wear Red on the first Friday in February. Get your friends and co-workers to help you show support for a great cause!
Wear Red Day Order Form
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 Connecticut Luncheon Checking Blood PressureKnow Your Risks
Your heart is in your hands. Heart disease and stroke are largely preventable if you work to lower your risks. Learn more by taking the Go Red Heart CheckUp.
 
 Have Faith in Heart Church SquareHave Faith in Heart Toolkit
Churches and other faith-based organizations are invited to conduct heart-health awareness and educational activities in celebration of Mother's Day - or any time.
Downloadable Toolkit
 Go Red Two Women in RedShop Go Red
Doing good and looking good are always in fashion — choose to make a difference! Proceeds from products purchased from ShopGoRed.com are used to support efforts to raise awareness and education to fight heart disease in women.  
Go Red Building4Help North Dakota Celebrate 10 Years of saving women's lives and Go Red For Women!
Use lights to turn buildings red, organize an event at your workplace or school, raise funds online. Learn more at www.GoRedForwomen.org/WearRedDay
 
Your contact::
 


 
 
Joan Enderle, American Heart Association
1005 12th Avenue SE
Jamestown, ND  58401
(701) 252-5122 or (800) 437-9710
Fax: (701) 251-2092


 
Find out more about Go Red North Dakota events.
Call 1-800-437-9710
  

Go Red For Women® is nationally sponsored by 
Pierce County Macy's Merck logos
 



Go Red and Go Red For Women are trademarks of AHA.  The Red Dress Design is a trademark of U.S. DHHS.