Roar 'N Run 2015
Choose Your Distance...race for CHD Awareness!
Help us create a ROAR and raise awareness of the #1 birth defect in the U.S., congenital heart defects (CHD), and get your heart in shape too. Choose your distance and walk, jog or run anywhere you would like. You have a whole week to complete your chosen distance during the Congenital Heart Defect Awareness Week, February 7-14, 2015.
Register today for only $25 and get a commemorative medal too. Go to www.active.com and register for Roar ‘N Run 2015 (location everywhere if searching).
Create teams and ask friends and family to join you.Become a fundraiser too and help Mended Little Hearts reacheven more families.
Mended Little Hearts Announces
We’re excited to share with you our new, updated logo.
The red ribbon simultaneously celebrates and mends the heart. It is a symbol of passion, strength, action, and perseverance.
Mended Little Hearts is a powerful, recognized brand that has touched millions of patients and provides support to hundreds of thousands of patients and families every year. Our new logo embraces our long history of service and represents a bright future for this compassionate, caring organization.
Join us for the World Heart Race!
September 22-29, 2014
We raised awareness of congenital heart disease in the U.S. with our Roar 'N Run Virtual Race. Now help us raise awareness of congenital heart disease around the world by joining us for the World Heart Race 2014.
The World Heart Race is a virtual race, meaning there is not a physical location for the event--you do it anywhere you choose.
Registration is only $25, and the first 500 will receive a commemorative medal. All participants will receive a World Heart Race certificate. When you register, you can choose a distance of 5K, 10K, 13.1 miles or 26.2 miles--whatever goal works best for you.
The event will take place during the week of September 22-29 (ending on World Heart Day), so you have an entire week to complete the distance you have chosen in any manner you choose (run, walk or jog outside, inside, on a treadmill, etc.). Participants are on the honor system to complete their mileage, and we are encouraging you to email us your progress and pictures of who you are racing in honor or memory of so we can inspire other racers.
All participants can also fundraise if they choose. Funds raised will go to the Mended Little Hearts program to help us reach more families with children who have congenital heart disease, especially those in the hospital. A portion will also go to the World Heart Federation in support of World Heart Day 2014 to create healthier heart environments around the world.
Questions: Contact Jodi Lemacks at email@example.com or 804-419-7028.
Congenital Heart Defect 101
Learn about some of the major structural heart defects and how they occur. This is an overview and can help you understand these defects so you can give support to others and have a better understanding of CHDs in general.
Mended Little Hearts Announces Valerie Azlynn as National Spokesperson
Congenital Heart Defect (CHD) Organization, Mended Little Hearts is proud to announce its partnership with its first ever celebrity spokesperson, Valerie Azlynn. Azlynn will appear in online video campaigns, the Mended Little Hearts website and the organization’s Facebook and Twitter pages. More »