The 58th Annual Phoenix Heart Ball will celebrate the impact the American Heart Association community has had on building healthier lives, free of cardiovascular disease and stroke. Join us at the Phoenician Luxury Resort November 18, 2017 at 6:30pm with musical guest JB Project.
Heart disease is the No. I killer of Americans. We can reduce heart disease by promoting a healthy diet and lifestyle. The American Heart Association has a new national goal; By 2020, to improve the cardiovascular health of all Americans by 20 percent while reducing deaths from cardiovascular diseases and stroke by 20 percent.
Since 1959, the women of the Phoenix Heart Ball have been committed to raising funds and awareness for:
Vital community programs
Heart Health Education
Research for the benefit of the American Heart Association
Donors of the annual Phoenix Heart Ball, enable us to help save lives every day. The American Heart Association has been working to save and improve lives from heart disease and stroke for more than 90 years, with scientific research at the core of all our efforts. 10 researchers in Arizona currently receive funding from the AHA, totaling over $1.3 million dollars. Last year, the sold-out Phoenix Heart Ball supported the Halle Heart Children's Museum, where over 30,000 children learned about choices that will lead to a heart-healthy life.
With your support, the Phoenix Heart Ball will continue to help raise awareness and educate future generations in life saving techniques by funding CPR training in schools.
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