Go Red For Women is the American Heart Association's national movement to increase awareness and educate women about the risks of heart disease and stroke. Over the last 10 years, we have reduced death in women by more than 30 percent. Yet, even with this incredible progress, 1 in 3 women still die of heart disease--more than all forms of cancer combined. Fortunately, we can change that because 80 percent of cardiac and stroke events may be prevented with education and healthy lifestyle choices.
We know that to save lives and build healthier communities, we must start at the local level. We invite you to join the Go Red For Women movement and the fight against heart disease and stroke in women by becoming a donor or sponsor today. Together, we can reach, empower, and inspire the 5 million women in Los Angeles to take action and improve their heart health.
Please open your heart and make a donation today. Donations of all sizes make a difference. Your donation honors the women we care about--wives, mothers, daughters, sisters, friends, and colleagues--and will support lifesaving programs and research that will make healthy futures for women a reality. We truly appreciate your generous support.
With a gift of $5,000 or more, you will join our Circle of Red annual giving society and receive exclusive donor benefits throughout the year--including recognition in LA Magazine and 2 VIP tickets to a 2018 Go Red For Women event of your choice.
With a gift of $1,000 or above, you will join Inspired Women & Men and receive invitations to private Go Red For Women events throughout the year--including wellness activities, Q&A sessions with leading doctors and researchers, and "shop and sip" events with luxury retailers.
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Whether you're interested in a community impact, marketing, or event sponsorship, Go Red For Women is ready to help create a custom package for your company's goals. Click here to learn more or contact Senior Director Laura Baker at 213.291.7051 or firstname.lastname@example.org.