Saving and improving lives can be as simple as taking a walk. And I know I'm making a difference in the lives of others by participating in the Heart Walk.
My family has battled heart issues for generations, and this year’s event is meaningful –both professionally and personally. One cousin, Susan Seachrist, died in 1962 at the age of 20 after her third open heart surgery. My father, Glen, died from rheumatic heart disease at 39, when I was only 4 years old. And my brother, Daniel, survived a heart attack at 29.
But it's not just my efforts alone that will one day help us see a world free of heart disease and stroke. I am walking with a team of heart heros because together, we will have an even greater impact. And you can help us change the world, one step at a time, by donating to my fundraiser.
Your donation will fund groundbreaking research that keeps hearts beating and helps people enjoy longer, healthier lives. I can't do it alone.
Please help me now by donating. Because every step counts. And together we are helping save lives!
Have a heart and help me reach my goal today!