I walk in memory of my mother, Darla McQueen. She was one of the most generous and joyful people I have ever known. In 2005, she suddenly and unexpectedly died from heart disease at the age of 37. I have walked in her memory since 2006, striving to reduce the number of people who have to lose a loved one at such a young age.
Professionally, I work with individauls from all walks of life who have been impacted by heart disease and/or stroke. I see daily how cardivascular disease alters lives.
If we work hard to educate and fund research, we can significantly reduce the impact of heart disease and stroke, saving and changing lives.
We're all tied to heart disease and stroke in some way. We have to change that. Will you help me?
Your donation will fund groundbreaking research that literally keeps hearts beating and helps people have longer, healthier lives.