2024 Boston Heart Walk

Oct 26, 2024

Boston Common

Posted by American Heart Association

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Add to Calendar + 2024-10-26 9:00 2024-10-26 14:00 America/New_York 2024 Boston Heart Walk

For 100 years the American Heart Association has made a profound impact through bold moves. Throughout the past century, the American Heart Association has recognized that we’re all tied to heart disease and stroke in some way, and we must change that. With your help, we can keep working to ensure all people can enjoy longer, healthier lives.

By registering for the Heart Walk today, you are taking the first step to save lives. Every walker who joins, every dollar donated means more research, more people trained in lifesaving CPR, more medical breakthroughs and more champions for equitable health

Join us in the next chapter of our relentless work to end heart disease and stroke. With Bold Hearts™, all of us have raised millions of dollars to improve health and quality of life for everyone, transformed communities, and significantly reduced heart disease and stroke death rates. And we’re just getting started.

Join us today by registering now!

Boston Common, Boston, MA, 1P Charles Street

For 100 years the American Heart Association has made a profound impact through bold moves. Throughout the past century, the American Heart Association has recognized that we’re all tied to heart disease and stroke in some way, and we must change that. With your help, we can keep working to ensure all people can enjoy longer, healthier lives.

By registering for the Heart Walk today, you are taking the first step to save lives. Every walker who joins, every dollar donated means more research, more people trained in lifesaving CPR, more medical breakthroughs and more champions for equitable health

Join us in the next chapter of our relentless work to end heart disease and stroke. With Bold Hearts™, all of us have raised millions of dollars to improve health and quality of life for everyone, transformed communities, and significantly reduced heart disease and stroke death rates. And we’re just getting started.

Join us today by registering now!

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