We are so excited to have you and your team join us for the Expecting Hearts 4th Annual Heart Walk. We will have music, fun, and a morning workout.
If you are survivor, please let us know! We want to honor you at our heart walk. A survivor is anyone who has suffered, is suffering, or survived cardiac related illness of any kind.
All walkers who register will be put into a drawing for a door prize. Must be present at the walk to win.
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A Heart Walk is an event that allows us to come together as a community to support and honor heart warriors. It is a way to spread awareness about all types of cardiovascular disease while also building connections in the heart community.
Did you know that heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States and it kills more women than all cancers combined? About 92 million Americans have heart disease; that’s approximately 1 in 3 US adults. This is the leading cause of death for American men and women. Congenital heart defects are the most common cause of infant death from birth defects. Awareness is an important part of helping change these statistics. A heart walk is one way to spread awareness.
Every heart matters, and every heart story can impact others. We love sharing heart stories as part of the opening ceremonies at our heart walk.
We would love to have survivors and their families and friends join us at our heart walk. For the walk, wear red, black, or white unless you have a team color. You can also have team shirts made showing support for your heart warrior (we will have team prizes this year). Health fair vendors will be set up doing demonstrations, health screenings, and education on various facets of heart health. There will be a time of connecting and then honoring of our heart warriors. We will walk around the NMJC campus to finish the Heart Walk event.
Register above to join us!
Expecting Hearts Heart Walk:
Building Community one Heart at a Time
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