Start Planning for Wear Red Day, Friday, February 4
Bring Awareness to Heart Disease
January 9, 2011
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National Wear Red Day® is Friday, February 4.
Start planning to participate today!
By: Stacy Sawyer
Each year on the first Friday in February, thousands of hospitals, small businesses, multinational corporations, news broadcasters, schools, individuals and even landmarks "Go Red " to help raise crucial awareness and significant funds in the fight against heart disease in women. This year you too can Make It Your Mission to save lives.
Celebrating National Wear Red Day
is easy --- and lifesaving -- from simply wearing red to helping organize an event at your workplace, school or local organization.
To help get out the message, plan your own event with our Wear Red Day Action Kit
Download free posters, flyers and newsletters to share with friends, family members and other important women in your life.
Educate yourself - and others - about heart disease and how to live a healthy life with our Wear Red Day Knowledge Kit
Plan a fundraising event and help raise funds needed for lifesaving educational programs and the development of new treatments to fight heart disease in women.
You can even start your own fundraising page
Remember to become a fan of the American Heart Association on our Facebook fan page
so you can get the latest updates on National Wear Red Day and everything happening with AHA in the Great Lakes Bay Region.
Thank you for Making it Your Mission to Fight Heart Disease!
Communications Director -- American Heart Association
I invite your questions and feedback.
Stacy Sawyer is the Director of Communications for the American Heart Association. She can be reached at (989) 225-7513.
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