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How to Celebrate National Wear Red Day®

 

by Nora Bass

Wear Red. Raise Your Voice. Go Red on National Wear Red Day®

With your help, we can end the No.1 killer of our mothers, sisters, daughters and friends.

Go Red For Women wants you to join the fight against women’s No. 1 killer — heart disease. Here’s how you can celebrate National Wear Red Day® on Feb. 7, 2014 and throughout the month of February.

Wear red.

On National Wear Red Day®, be sure to wear something red to show your support for women with heart disease.

Start a fundraiser.

Start a National Wear Red Day® Fundraiser to show your support for your friends, family and women in your community.

Share your photos.

Wear red, organize your office to wear red, paint your neighborhood red, organize a neighborhood walk wearing red, dress your family up in red. However you Go Red, take photos and share them here or on our Facebook page.

Join our community.

Like Go Red For Women on Facebook and Twitter to get daily inspiration, photos, quotes, heart disease news, healthy living tips and more.

Share Go Red For Women photos.

Like and share photos from our Facebook page.

Make your profile pic Go Red.

Upload our Go Red For Women Profile Picture to your Facebook page and show your friends that you Go Red.

Join the conversation.

Share your comments on what Going Red means to you and why you Go Red on Twitter and on our homepage.

Sign up for our E-Newsletter.

Sign up for the Go Red For Women E-Newsletter to get the latest in heart disease news, research, health advice and stories by real women like you.

Take the Go Red Heart CheckUp.

Take the Go Red Heart CheckUp to get tailored advice and information to understand your heart health and live heart-healthy.

Donate.

You can donate directly to Go Red For Women to help fund future research and support for women suffering from heart disease.

Don’t wait another second! Support Go Red For Women and get ready to celebrate National Wear Red Day®.

1 comment

  • Demery Walters

    i found out I had an extra chamber in my heart and extra node Dr,Landers cut out the the extra chamber and burned the node. however I feel worse now than I did before the ep study. the last few days have been horrible, but I am sick of hospitals