If your child has a heart condition and you would like to find out whether you have a Moms with Heart group in your area please contact your local American Heart Association office.
|Congenital Heart Defects|
In the United States, about 36,000 children are born with a heart defect each year. Find information on specific types, treatment and more. Many resources are tailored to parents of children diagnosed with a defect.
|Many Moms with Heart families raise funds for their local Heart Walk |
Moms with Heart recruit walkers and form teams to raise funds for their local Heart Walks. The donations they collect are used by the American Heart Association to support life-changing research, including pediatric cardiac research and children's programs. Most teams have 10-15 walkers and set a goal of $1,000 or more. Learn more about forming a Heart Walk team.
|Pediatric cardiac research funded by the AHA|
The American Heart Association’s funding of pediatric cardiac research is second only to the federal government. Read some examples of pediatric research funded by AHA.
|101 Ways to Fundraise|
Many of the Moms with Heart teams get creative with their fundraising! This document offers 101 ways for you to reach your goal! From movie viewing parties to disco nights, these tips put the fun in FUNdraising!
|HeartHub for Patients|
HeartHub is the American Heart Association's patient portal for information, tools and resources about cardiovascular disease and stroke. You will find a wealth of information to help you understand and manage your health.