February 3, 2017 is National Wear Red Day.
Let's unite to fight heart disease and stroke.
Wear red and give to support research and education.
Fundraising Goal: $800,000

2017 Southern New England Heart Walk

May 13, 2017 | June 4, 2017

Life is why we walk.

Thanks to all our walkers, donors and volunteers who have accepted the challenge to help fight heart disease and stroke. We cannot achieve our mission without each one of you!


May 13 - Darmouth, MA June 4 - Providence, RI
100 Gaspee St
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Southern New England Heart Walk Team
Email Southern New England Heart Walk Team
(401) 228-2320


2017 Southern New England Heart Walk

Thank you to everyone that joined us at the 2017 Southern New England Heart Walk!

More than 5,000 walkers joined the American Heart Association in raising over $420,000 and counting for the fight against heart disease and stroke right here in Southern New England. We are so grateful for your support and could not have such an impact without each and every one of you!



Donations are still being accepted until June 30th both online and offline.

If you have checks/cash donations to be mailed in, you may send them to our local office:

American Heart Association
1 State Street, Suite 200
Providence, RI 02908


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Check out photos from the event on our Facebook Page.


Questions? Contact the Heart Walk Team at sneheartwalk@heart.org.


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Team Debbie May

is walking for Debbie's grandson, Christopher:

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Debbie May's grandson, Christopher has Pulonary Atresia with Ventricular Septal Defect and Major Aorta Pulmonary Collateral Arteries.
In short - Pulmonary Atresia with VSD/MPCAS.

Christopher had his first open heart surgery when he was just a few weeks old. His second surgery happened when he was 10 months old. His third surgery occurred just before his 2nd birthday, and his third surgery was just before his 4th birthday. Christopher is averaging 3-4 heart catheterizations a year, and will continue to need these throughout his life to ensure strong blood flow and pressure throughout his arteries. He will also need to continue with open heart surgeries as his conduit needs revising.

Christopher spent the first 3 years of his life with very low oxygen levels, which caused him to have low energy levels and be underweight. Since his last open heart surgery his oxygen levels are where they need to be and he has been able to live a farily normal life. Debbie and her family are so blessed to have Christopher in their lives!

Today, we all walk for Christopher!


Why are YOU walking??

Want to be featured as the next Southern New England Spotlight? Personalize your page to share why you are walking and tell us about it on Social Media @SNEHeart using #SNEHeartWalk and #ProvHeartWalk or email us at sneheartwalk@heart.org!


Locally Sponsored By:

CVS Health

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