Show the world that you support the fight against heart disease in women. Wear red on National Wear Red Day, post a photo of yourself on Twitter, Facebook or your blog and encourage your followers to do the same.
Interview Go Red For Women’s Real Women
Meet the 2012 Real Women, whose experiences with heart disease and stories of survival will inspire others to share the truth about heart disease and women.
Interview Go Red For Women’s Spokespeople
Go Red For Women has teamed up with celebrity spokespeople and physician experts to raise awareness about the No. 1 killer of women.
Watch and Share “Just a Little Heart Attack,” Starring Elizabeth Banks
Elizabeth Banks directed and starred in a short film and public service announcement (PSA) called “Just a Little Heart Attack.” The film, inspired by the stories of real women, is about a super mom who takes care of everyone except herself, and has an eye-opening experience that encourages her to put her health first.
Attend the National Go Red For Women Red Dress Dash, Hosted by Elizabeth Banks
American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women and Elizabeth Banks will host the Go Red For Women Red Dress Dash at Macy’s Herald Square in New York – an event intended to dash out the myths about heart disease.
Join the Wear Red Day Challenge
Record a video or take photos of your efforts to “GoRed” and submit them on the Wear Red Day Challenge tab on our Facebook Page from Jan. 23 to Feb. 23. Encourage others to vote for you by “liking” your submissions; winners will be announced for each of the 13 Wear Red Day Award categories on Feb.25.