Wednesday, February 10, 2010
CLICK With Your Heart! It's FREE.
Did you know that heart disease is the number 1 killer of women?
By now you've probably heard that February is American Heart Month through the American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women® movement and you might have even participated in the National Wear Red Day on February 5th - though you can wear red any day this month to participate in this awareness campaign.
But even better, you can help this campaign and all it will cost you is just a click of your mouse and not a single penny out of your own pocket.
Campbell's recently invited people from all over the country to share their personal stories about heart disease by designing a Campbell red dress inspired by a "heart-health hero." Three Finalists were selected and voters chose their favorite story and design. This February, in honor of American Heart Month, the winning designer and her heart-health hero will travel to New York City to walk the red carpet at the Woman's Day Red Dress Awards with fashion expert Tim Gunn and model the winning dress.
You can help by a simple click of your mouse now through March 31, 2010 because for every click, Campbell's is going to donate $1 - up to $625,000 - to the American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women® movement. So what are you waiting for?
Go. Now. And CLICK!
Then come back here and check out some of these other resources.
To find out more about heart health for women, click right here to register and get a free red dress pin, take the heart health checkup, download a sheet to bring to your doctor, share your story and read other stories, and get A FREE 12-week online nutrition and fitness program that can makeover your heart and change your life. Includes step-by-step guidance daily, expert tips, an online journal and downloadable coaching tools. Grab some heart healthy recipes here.
But make sure that you CLICK for Campbell's to donate first!
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