A year after losing her father to heart disease, Victoria Niller has an extra ticket to her college graduation, an empty seat at the dinner table and no one to walk her or her sister down the aisle at their weddings. Her loss motivated her and her family to help fight heart disease. They joined
Boston Silent Auction Bid on dozens of fabulous items to support the lifesaving work of the American Heart Association. Date: Tuesday, April 28, at 10 a.m., to Thursday, April 30 at 7:30 p.m. Website: BostonAHAauction2020.ggo.bid Boston Heart and Stroke Ball Heart and Stroke Ball guests will be encouraged to dress in evening attire, toast milestones
The American Heart Association is pleased to announce that Tim Gillis, managing partner of the Washington Metro Area offices of U.S. audit, tax, and advisory firm KPMG LLP, has been named Chair of the 2020 Greater Washington Region Heart Walk. The Greater Washington Region Heart Walk is a fun and meaningful way to celebrate heart and stroke
Companies, organizations, families, and friends from the Northeast PA community gathered on Friday, November 15th at The Northeast PA Go Red for Women Luncheon. Julie Sidoni, anchor at WNEP-TV, emceed the event where nine heart and stroke survivors inspired attendees to take action together and commit to living a healthy lifestyle. With nearly 45 percent
Hundreds of attendees from the Long Island medical and corporate community came out to the Garden City Hotel on Wednesday, November 13th to attend the American Heart Association’s 57th Annual Long Island Heart & Stroke Ball. The Long Island Heart Ball is an annual social event held to recognize outstanding accomplishments of individuals and companies
2020 Chairperson and Go Red for Luncheon Keynote Speaker Announced October 9th, 2019- Providence, RI– American Heart Association announced today that two female trail blazers are seeking to break records in Southern New England for the Go Red for Women Campaign. Senior Vice President of Human Resources and Community Affairs for Lifespan Corporation, Lisa Abbott,
The Southern New England Heart and Stroke Ball was a night to remember, while raising funds to support the American Heart Association’s mission! The black-tie gala held on September 27th, 2019 and raised $250,000. More than 300 distinguished guests bid, dined and danced to celebrate life at the Graduate (formerly Biltmore) Hotel downtown in Providence.
The American Heart Association is pleased to announce that Dr. Valentin Fuster, Physician-in-Chief at Mount Sinai Medical Hospital as well as Director of Mount Sinai Heart Center will be the honored at the 57th Annual Long Island Heart & Stroke Ball. Dr Fuster is also the General Director of the National Center for Cardiovascular investigation
In case you missed it, here’s the ‘Wake Up Call’ that WCVB NewsCenter 5 aired from the Boston Heart Walk on September 7, 2019. Our Heart Walk emcee, WCVB anchor Emily Riemer, recorded the clip from the stage of the Hatch Shell. It features Tallie Abernathy, a heart survivor from North Andover who shared her
Thanks to everyone who participated in the 2019 Boston Heart Walk! We truly appreciate your support. Below are some of our favorite photos from this year’s event. To view the entire gallery, click here.