Who's Going Red
All across the country, people have been wearing red to show their support for Go Red For Women and to help raise awareness of heart disease. But it’s not just individuals who Go Red. Companies are joining the movement and so are entire cities!
Cities Go Red
Since Go Red For Women launched in 2004, cities have turned their landmarks red to help raise awareness in the fight against heart disease. Some of these locations have included Niagara Falls, the Empire State Building, state capitol buildings, Pike Place Market in Seattle and more.
Companies Go Red
A Company Gathers for Wear Red Day From raising money to encouraging employees to come to work wearing red, there are a number of ways your company can celebrate National Wear Red Day. Take a look at these companies that helped make Wear Red Day 2010 such a huge success.
How You Can Go Red
Jenna Bell and her family Getting involved is easier than you think! Wear a red sweater. Ask the men in your life to wear red. Pick a day where you and your friends all show up to work in red, set up a fundraising page, donate now, or Shop Go Red to support the movement.
Nationally sponsored by: Macy's