Advance Auto Parts joins area companies to raise life-saving funds

The American Heart Association, the world’s leading voluntary health organization devoted to fighting cardiovascular disease and stroke, has enlisted the support of corporations in raising funds for the cause. When consumers visit Advance Auto Parts from May 16 – June 16, they will have the opportunity to give to the American Heart Association via the Life Is Why We Give™ fundraising campaign.

Advance Auto Parts joins other area businesses like Kroger, Belk and more in helping the American Heart Association to fight heart disease and stroke – the number one and number five causes of death in America. In Advance Auto Parts stores across the country, customers may donate to the American Heart Association upon check out.



“We are so appreciative of the efforts of companies that embrace our mission and help to save lives across the United States,” said Jeremy Beauchamp, Executive Vice President of the American Heart Association Mid-Atlantic Affiliate. “Life Is Why We Give inspires consumers to honor their reasons to live healthier, longer lives – by giving.”


Advance Auto Parts joins a number of national companies, including: Barrett Jackson, Bourbon & Boweties, Brahmin, Brighton, Brita, Citi, eBay, Everything ORGO, FabFitFun, Fifth Third Bank, Ford, Healthy Human, HP Papers, Kroger, Land’s End,, Pilot Flying J, Spirit Fitness, Stein Mart, The Knot, Title Boxing, Wheels Up and White + Warren.

As the leading source of non-government funded cardiovascular science, the Association has invested more than $3.7 billion in scientific research and discovery since 1949. The organization trains approximately 2 million high school graduates in CPR every year and has reduced cardiovascular disease mortality by 70 percent since 1968.

In addition to contributing to saving lives through company supporters, donations may be made directly to the Association at To learn more about the Life Is Why We Give™ campaign and to find other participating companies, visit

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