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|Our Causes and Programs|
|Go Red For Women|
Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women in America. Go Red For Women educates and encourages women of ALL ages to take action against heart disease by making heart healthy choices every day to live longer, stronger lives. Whether it's eating healthier, exercising more, reducing cholesterol of quitting smoking, we can turn our personal choices into lifesaving actions.
|Heart Walk |
As the signature fund-raising event for the American Heart Association since 1994, the Heart Walk promotes physical activity and heart-healthy living in a fun family environment. Each year, more than 1,000,000 walkers participate in over 470 events across the country, raising funds to save lives from this country’s number one and number four killers, heart disease and stroke.
|Power To End Stroke |
Stroke is the No. 4 cause of death in Americans, and blacks have almost twice the risk of first-ever stroke compared with whites. Power to End Stroke is an education and awareness campaign that embraces and celebrates the culture, energy, creativity and lifestyle of African Americans-uniting them to make an impact on the high incidence of stroke within their community.
|Hoops For Heart|
This community service learning program uses basketball skills to engage and teach middle school students. Kids learn about the cardiovascular system and how to keep their heart healthy while raising money to help others. Being physically active can be fun and every person has the power to make a difference by saving lives.
|Jump Rope For Heart|
This community service learning program for elementary students focuses on getting healthy and helping others. Students learn jump rope skills while raising money to help other kids like them born with cardiovascular diseases or heart defects. Millions of students have jumped rope while raising money to save lives.
|Face the Fats |
Concerned that America will go back to higher saturated fat consumption as the nation moves to significantly reduce trans fat, the American Heart Association has developed the Face the Fats campaign to help consumers minimize trans fat in their diet, while avoiding the unintended health consequence of defaulting to more saturated fat. Among the campaign’s top priorities is to encourage the replacement of trans fat-laden partially hydrogenated vegetable oils, animal fats and tropical oils with healthier oils higher in unsaturated fats - monounsaturated and polyunsaturated.
|Mission LifeLine |
Mission: Lifeline is the American Heart Association’s national initiative to improve quality of care and outcomes in heart attack patients. The initiative seeks to improve the health care system readiness and response to ST-elevated myocardial infarction (STEMI) patients. Almost 400,000 people suffer from a STEMI heart attack each year, which carries a substantial risk of death and disability.