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National Wear Red Day

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by Jenny Pickett (subscribe)
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Funding for Heart Research - Wear Red This Valentines Day
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(image courtesy of Heart Research Australia)

Heart Research Australia's National Wear Red Day 2019's slogan is 'Keeping families together for longer'. Funds raised will provide seed funding to Heart Research Australia's innovative researchers, turning ideas (first stage research) into reality, for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of heart disease.

Heart Research Australia has partnered with Everyday Hero to enable crowdfunding through online fundraising through friends, family and colleagues. If fundraising's not your thing, it costs nothing to wear red this Valentine's Day as a symbol of honouring someone close to your heart and in support of Heart Research Australia

Go online to Heart Research Australia's website to register your Wear Red Day fundraising event or to donate. You'll find plenty of ideas and promotional material, as well as healthy living tips and inspirational photos, quotes and news stories.
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Why? National Wear Red Day will be held on Valentines Day - presenting the perfect opportunity to wear red, for someone close to your heart & in support of Heart Research Australia
When: Valentines Day/Thursday 14/02/2019
Phone: 02 9436 0056
Where: Australia-wide
Cost: Go to Heart Research Australia's website to register your Wear Red Day fundraising event/or donate
Your Comment
I always wear a Red blouse on Valentine's Day. My 'other half' has cardiac disease, managed by his wonderful Cardiologist.
Our youngest son is born on Valentine's Day - his grandfather was named 'Valentine' but we did not carry on the name. Valentine also had heart disease, died at the age of 40. Sadly the genes have been passed down. Thank goodness for researchers who investigate and find ways of treating this condition.
by Gloria (score: 2|275) 254 days ago
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