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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 North Bay Heart Walk

Saturday, September 23rd (San Rafael, CA) & Sunday, September 24th (Santa Rosa, CA)

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!

Where

McInnis Park (San Rafael), Howarth Park (Santa Rosa)
95401
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Contact

Leah Elwell
Email Leah Elwell
707-890-3590

$258,887
Our
Progress
$375,000
Our
Goal

Heart disease and stroke, the No. 1 and No. 5 killers of Americans, remain largely preventable. That is why the American Heart Association established the Lifestyle Change Award, to recognize those who have made positive changes to improve their quality of life and made a commitment to be Healthy For Good.

The Lifestyle Change Award is presented annually to deserving individuals in our community. Whether they have started exercising regularly, added more fruits and vegetables to their diet, lost weight, quit smoking, improved their cholesterol or blood pressure, or inspired others to make positive changes – no change is too small to be recognized.

The American Heart Association and GE Healthcare want to recognize those in our community who have made changes over the past year. The recipient is chosen to inspire others to take a step and make a commitment to improving their health. 

Do you know someone – a coworker, friend or family member – whose health has improved as a result of making a lifestyle change?

If you do, please share their story and what they did to improve their way of living. How has this impacted their health and how have they stayed on track doing it? Did they inspire you or others?

Nominations can be submitted by emailing the completed form to: NorthBayHeartWalk@heart.org.


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