Join us to defeat heart disease and stroke.

It's never been a better time to find new ways to boost physical and emotional health. Joining the Heart Walk is a great way to socially connect and get moving - all while making a great impact in our community and saving lives.

When you register, you're helping:

    Save more babies and kids who have congenital heart defects
    Train thousands in life-saving CPR
    Fund groundbreaking brain and heart research
    Champion health equity for all

Join us today!

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Nothing unites us like doing good together

Heart walk has always been about coming together, getting hearts pumping, honoring survivors, raising lifesaving funds - and having fun along the way.

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Keri Sweet-Zavaglia

General Council
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“My mom and dad were blessed with warning signs and I am grateful every day. I have a much deeper appreciation for how important it is to take care of ourselves, to help others care for themselves, and to support organizations making a difference.”

Click here to hear more why Keri supports the mission of the American Heart Association

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Inspirational Honoree
Chloe Burian

Chloe Burian PhotoOur Chloe is our why…she is a sweet, strong, and full of life 10-year-old. You would never know every day she fights to be normal. She was diagnosed at the age of 4 with Marfan Syndrome. It affects everything connective tissue in her body…joints, bones, blood vessels, eyes, etc…. and unfortunately, her heart. Chloe has had 8 major surgeries since the age of 3 on her spine, feet, and mouth. She has been on heart medicine since the age of 4 to help the progression of her heart disease. We found out this last year that her heart is struggling a little bit but we continue to be hopeful. If you met Chloe, you would never know the struggles she endures every day. She is truly a fighter, full of smiles, and captures the goodness in every day. She has made us realize that every day is a gift and she has helped our family find the blessing in every moment in life. Our blessing is that we have Chloe, we know her diagnosis, we know how to manage it, and we hope to help another family raise the awareness and know the symptoms. Knowing the signs, we can save a life.

- Audrey (Chloe’s Mom)

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