Boston Go Red for Women Evening Celebration

Apr 11, 2024

State Room: A Longwood Venue

Posted by American Heart Association

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Add to Calendar + 2024-04-11 18:00 2024-04-11 21:00 America/New_York Boston Go Red for Women Evening Celebration

Since 2004, Go Red for Women has addressed the awareness and clinical care gaps of women’s greatest health threat, cardiovascular disease. For the last 100 years, the American Heart Association has made bold moves to save lives and pioneer scientific discoveries. We haven’t done it alone. We reach our goals working with you – organizations and individuals who share our vision for better health.

Through Go Red for Women, the American Heart Association is prepared to meet the evolving needs of women now, and at every age, every stage, and every season of their lives as their trusted, relevant source for credible, equitable health solutions.

The Go Red for Women event experience focuses on connection and engagement – fostering an atmosphere of interaction and networking at every turn.

It is important to recognize how far we’ve come – and how much we can still accomplish. There is still so much work to be done. The future of our children, friends, family and the next generation of survivors, are counting on us.

State Room: A Longwood Venue, Boston, MA, 60 State Street

Since 2004, Go Red for Women has addressed the awareness and clinical care gaps of women’s greatest health threat, cardiovascular disease. For the last 100 years, the American Heart Association has made bold moves to save lives and pioneer scientific discoveries. We haven’t done it alone. We reach our goals working with you – organizations and individuals who share our vision for better health.

Through Go Red for Women, the American Heart Association is prepared to meet the evolving needs of women now, and at every age, every stage, and every season of their lives as their trusted, relevant source for credible, equitable health solutions.

The Go Red for Women event experience focuses on connection and engagement – fostering an atmosphere of interaction and networking at every turn.

It is important to recognize how far we’ve come – and how much we can still accomplish. There is still so much work to be done. The future of our children, friends, family and the next generation of survivors, are counting on us.

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