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Heart Walk

The Heart Walk is the American Heart Association's premiere event for raising funds to save lives from this country's No. 1 and No. 5 killers - heart disease and stroke. Designed to promote physical activity and heart-healthy living, the Heart Walk creates an environment that's fun and rewarding for the entire family.

Kids Heart Challenge

Kids Heart Challenge

Kids can join exciting fundraising events in their school where they learn heart healthy skills, have fun jumping rope or shooting hoops, and raising money for the American Heart Association.

Middle School/American Heart Challenge

American Heart Challenge

Middle School & High School students can join exciting fundraising events where they learn heart healthy skills, shoot hoops or other fun activities, and raise money for the American Heart Association.

District Heart Challenge

District Heart Challenge

The District Heart Challenge is a fun and rewarding wellness challenge to inspire school staff to get moving while raising funds to fight heart disease, the No. 1 killer of all Americans. Physical activity promotes staff wellness, reduces healthcare costs and saves lives.

Kids heart challenge

Kids Heart Challenge

The Kids Heart Challenge is a special half-mile course with obstacles designed specifically for kids ages 5-12 years. Every participant will receive a Kids Heart Challenge bandana upon registration and a finisher medal!

HeartChase

HeartChase

Join us in the HeartChase, a fun and energetic community game for a fantastic cause. Game on!

American Heart Association Life is Why

Memorials and Tributes

This site contains Web pages dedicated by family members or friends to honor their loved ones. Each page tells the story of a special person and provides the opportunity to make an online donation to our mission.

Tedy's Team

Tedy's Team

Tedy Bruschi suffered a stroke in February 2005 at the age of 31, just weeks after winning his third Super Bowl and days after returning from playing in the Pro Bowl in Hawaii. As he recovered, Tedy committed himself to being an advocate, spokesperson, and inspiration for stroke survivors in our area. Tedy asked the American Stroke Association to work with him to create “Tedy’s Team”, a group of runners raising money for the American Stroke Association and training to complete the Boston Marathon® and the Falmouth Road Race, as well as a yearly travel marathon. Their participation supports Tedy Bruschi’s fight against stroke and honors both the survivors and the loved ones lost to America’s No. 4 leading cause of death. For more information, please see our website www.tedysteam.org