It’s not just about wearing red. It’s not just about sharing heart health facts. It’s about all women standing together with Go Red for Women — because one in three women die from heart disease.
This year, the American Heart Association wants women to reclaim their heart healthy rhythm. They want women to turn up the tempo, to set a new goal, to remind their loved ones that small actions build up to big changes. The organization notes that nearly three out of every four cardiac arrests happen in homes and is calling for at least one person in every household to learn hands-only CPR this month.
Funds raised at the luncheon will help advance women’s health through research, education, awareness, and advocacy initiatives.