2019 AHA Heart Walk

AHA Heart Walk 2019 (Super Heros Save Lives)

CSRA HEART WALK 2019

BE A SUPER HERO - GET INVOLVED


Join The Graduate School in our efforts to support the 2019 American Heart Association (AHA) Heart Walk.

When: Saturday, March 9, 2019

8:00 am - Opening Ceremony and Festivities  

9:00 - Walk begins 

Where: The Greeneway - 101 Riverview Park Drive, North Augusta, SC

Students, faculty, staff, family, friends, and dogs are welcome.... The heart walk is a 5k/3.1 mile non-competitive walk. Leashed dogs and strollers are allowed on the route (click here  for more information).


Become a Member of Team Cardio- KAPOW! 

  • Click here  
  • Find Cardio-KAPOW! under AU-Graduate School
  • Click the JOIN button and complete the information to join the team
  • With a goal of 50 team members we need YOUR participation (family and friends welcome too)
  • Team members who raise $25.00 (or more!!) by Feb 27th will get an awesome Cardio-KAPOW! super hero t-shirt. 





 

 

 

Make a Donation 

  • Donate to our super hero team... Cardio-KAPOW!  
  • Big or small - ALL donations appreciated to meet our goal of raising $1000. 




 

Support the Art for the Heart BSA Student Fundraiser

  • Donate a piece of art (e.g. photograph, drawing, painting, pottery piece, etc) for sale at the Art Show - contact KBELANGER@augusta.edu or CDERELLA@augusta.edu for questions or art donation pick up.  Donation Deadline- Feb 22, 2019.
  • Attend Art for Heart Event - March 1, 2019 at The Book Tavern (936 Broad Street, Augusta).  Live music and fantastic pieces of art for sale - proceeds go to AHA and BSA.  

 

 

Man in heart costume

 


 did you know?

  • AU is the #1 fundraising entity in the CSRA! 
  • AU is 2nd largest health system fundraising entity in the Mid-Atlantic Affiliate second only to Duke University.
  • 5.27 million dollars in AHA research funding supports 31 researchers at AU 
  • AU has the highest rating for stroke care through the AHA’s Get With The Guidelines program – Stroke Gold Plus
  • The AHA CPR in Schools Program has trained hundreds of thousands of students in SC and GA.