We are a group of fun, dedicated and driven young professionals. The current generation of kids and teens are the first generation forecasted to live shorter lives than their parents due to the increases in obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure and heart disease.
We, as young adults and emerging leaders in the Twin Cities, are dedicated to reversing this trend by volunteering our talents for community awareness events and fundraising efforts.
Meet Chasity Hanuman....
“My family and I went through a life changing experience after my dad suffered, but fortunately survived, a massive heart attack. From then on out, I was committed to living a healthier lifestyle and wanted to encourage others to do the same.”
Chasity has been an Ambassador since 2013 and works at Target in Minneapolis. She and her family have also supported the American Heart Association by participating in the Twin Cities Heart Walk.
Find out more about our ambassadors!
A Young Survivor's Story
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See what volunteer needs are available.
- May 31, 2014 – Twin Cities Heart Walk
Target Field, Minneapolis
Encourage your friends, family and co-workers to form a Heart Walk team. For more information contact Cyndi.Bade@heart.org.
- June 12, 2014 - Ambassador Recruitment Event: Paint the Town Red!
Cowboy Jacks in Minneapolis
5:30 - 7:30pm
Invite your friends to come learn more about the Heart & Stroke Ambassadors and the mission of the American Heart Association at this networking event featuring appetizers, music, cash bar and a lot of fun! Be sure to wear red in support of the AHA mission.
For more information contact: Shauna.Brick@heart.org.
- June 25, 2014 - AHA Volunteer Recognition Party
5:30 - 7:30pm
All AHA volunteers and donors are invited to join us as we celebrate YOU and look back on another fantastic year of lifesaving work.
For more information contact: Peggy.Paul@heart.org
Join the AHA Conversation
WHY BECOME AN AMBASSADOR
Becoming an ambassador offers you the chance to help save lives in your community with a respected national nonprofit, meet inspiring survivors, and network with peers and some of the Twin Cities top CEOs and executives while you assist with large community events and small private parties.