About Go Red For Women
Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women in the
Join the movement and receive free information on women and heart disease. You will also get a free red dress pin in the mail when you join the fight against heart disease in
Thanks to the participation of millions of people across the country, the color red and the red dress now stand for the ability all women have to improve their heart health and live stronger, longer lives.
GO RED IN SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND
Cities Go Red
Buildings and landmarks go red to raise awareness of heart disease during American Heart Month. Last year, participating buildings in
In addition, the Providence Hilton Hotel and White’s of
If you would like to find out how you can turn your building red, please contact Michelle Karn at 401-330-1711.
Leading Ladies of
Rhode Island State House
Rhode Island State House Leading Ladies of Rhode Island
More than 100 female professionals from the corporate, medical and political communities came together at the Rhode Island State House to raise awareness of heart disease and stroke – the
and No. 4 killers of women in the
National Wear Red Day
One day a year, what you wear is a matter of life and death.
The American Heart Association asks employers nationwide to encourage their staff to wear red and/or dress down on the first Friday of February. Participants receive a special edition Go Red For Women pin and information on heart health for a $5 contribution to the American Heart Association. More than 500 companies participated in
Donations fund scientific research, prevention and education programs that fight heart disease and stroke in communities throughout the country.
To sign up your company, please visit our dedicated web site or call the American Heart Association at 401-330-1700.
Southern New England Go Red For Women Luncheon
The Westin Hotel, Providence, RI
Approximately 500 women wore red and gathered at The Westin in
And dozens of third-party events will benefit the American Heart Association in February!
Go Red Media Sponsors in Southern New England
Cat Country, 10NBC, Women's Journals
For information about all things Go Red For Women in