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GET INVOLVED
Help Your Community Go Red
Start planning today for National Wear Red Day®,  the first Friday in February and encourage others to do the same. For more information visit www.goredforwomen.org/wearredday

Become a Volunteer
Passion Volunteers are very special to us. They serve as the face of Go Red For Women through grassroots efforts. They help us create and execute awareness of our cause through a variety of local activities. To find out more and how you can join us, contact robin.edwards@heart.org.
 
Become an Advocate
Represent Go Red by lobbying state and national officials for public policies that advance the fight against heart disease and stroke. Visit www.goredforwomen.org/advocacy
 

Donate
Help fund life-saving research and education programs for women. Contact Laura Hollot to make your donation today: laura.hollot@heart.org or (215) 575-5226.
Make checks payable to:  American Heart Association, 1617 JFK Blvd. Suite 700, Philadelphia, PA 19103

Tell Us Your Story
We would love to hear about your story as a survivor. Indicate if AHA may contact you as a speaker at future events.
Send your personal survivor story to:
American Heart Association
Communications
1617 JFK Blvd., Ste. 700
Philadelphia, PA 19103
You can also email your story to christina.crews@heart.org.


 

Donate Now

Contact:
Laura Hollot
Sr. Director - Go Red For Women
(215) 575-5226
laura.hollot@heart.org

Address all checks:
American Heart Association
One Penn Center
1617 JFK Blvd. Suite 700
Philadelphia, PA 19103

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