Join the Southern New England American Heart Association in showing our gratitude to medical personnel, first responders and essential workers as they work towards keeping our communities healthy and safe.
During this challenging time, the Southern New England American Heart Association invites the public to express their gratitude for the front-line heroes protecting our community by creating and sharing “heart art” with the #SNEhasHeart social media campaign.
The goal of this campaign is to help unite the community, thanking medical personnel, first responders and essential workers who are working tirelessly to keep others healthy and safe. Showing gratitude can help your health and mental well being. These masterpieces will be shared on the Southern New England American Heart Association’s Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, and with community partners to show gratitude from the heart and encourage those heroes on the front-lines facing the COVID-19 pandemic.
The #SNEhasHeart campaign calls on community members of all ages to get creative and:
1) FOLLOW the Southern New England American Heart Association Facebook, Twitter and Instagram!
2) CREATE! Using your favorite art medium express your gratitude for these workers with “heart art.”
3) SUBMIT! Take a picture and share your masterpiece two ways:
– Upload with a photo and tagging @sneheart with the hashtag #SNEhasHeart
– OR email your masterpiece to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If the artist is under 18, please have a parent or guardian sign the waiver found below in
#SNEhasHeart Guidelines & Tips and email to: email@example.com
In the upcoming weeks, submissions both emailed and uploaded to social media will be shared encouraing those who are essential workers keeping our community safe. Together, through acts of kindness and gratitude, Southern New England will prevail.
During a crisis, stress levels and blood pressure can rise. Making art whether it is drawing, coloring, painting, or playing a musical instrument can help manage stress and even can help lower blood pressure.
The Southern New England American Heart Association is continuing our mission-critical work in these challenging times and we know that people with cardiovascular diseases are more likely to be seriously impacted by the virus than others. Our top priority regarding coronavirus (COVID-19) is the health and well-being of individuals and their families today and in the future, in every community, everywhere.
No matter who you are or where you are, the American Heart Association is here to help you through these times. Visit our website for the latest updates on coronavirus, and resources to help manage stress, get moving and eat healthy in our new world of social distancing. To learn more on how the American Heart Association is responding to COVID-19 please click here.
As the Director of Communications for American Heart Association Southern New England, Samantha works with local partners in the community to be a relentless force for longer, healthier lives for everyone. For more information on the article you just read, or to get involved visit SNE Webpage, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 401.228.2324.