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Your Gift Doubled for Heart Month

Make your gift today and it will have TWICE the lifesaving power to help stop cardiovascular disease, thanks to the Big Lots Foundation and a group of generous donors.

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Join the Nation of Lifesavers™

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This February, in celebration of American Heart Month, the American Heart Association is urging every family in the US to join the Nation of Lifesavers™ by learning CPR.

Celebrating Black History Month

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As we celebrate the rich heritage and resilience of the Black community, the American Heart Association recognizes the importance of fostering heart health education and building a legacy of health.

Scientific Sessions OnDemand™

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Catch up on what you missed at Scientific Sessions 2023. Access the latest cardiovascular and brain health science, claim CE and find the educational content you need with 300+ sessions.

The AHA Turns 100

For 100 years, the American Heart Association, along with our volunteers, supporters and collaborating organizations, has worked to build longer, healthier lives. And there’s no letting up in the next 100 years as we remain devoted to a future of health and hope for everyone, everywhere.

Join 100 Ways In 100 Days

To celebrate our 100-year anniversary, we have a gift for you! Join our FREE, exclusive program to get an email each week for the next 100 days providing you with valuable health tips on eating better, moving more, and improving overall wellbeing.

Make 2024 your best year yet! Join now.

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Heart Month Sweet Treats

Your Support Helps Save Lives

There are so many ways to give. Make a gift in a way that is meaningful for you.

Join us for a Heart Walk in your area

Heart Walk is the American Heart Association's premiere event for raising funds to help save lives from heart disease and stroke.