For my heart, for your heart ...
World Heart Day takes place on 29 September every year.
... for all our hearts
2018 is all about making a promise to live a more heart-healthy life.
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We have developed all sorts of Campaign Resources for you to download and use to promote your World Heart Day events.
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Let's turn the world red
Help us to get iconic landmarks to light up in support of our campaign
David Wood, President, World Heart Federation talks about the global importance of World Heart Day and how vital our members are in supporting this increasingly powerful campaign.
If you know of a monument or iconic building or structure that will be turning red for World Heart Day, don’t forget to let us know and send us high quality photos of the illuminations as soon as possible. The list of confirmed landmarks so far (we know there will be more!) includes:
SkyTower and Lakeview, Bucharest, Romania
Jet d’Eau, Geneva, Switzerland
Angel de la Reforma, Mexico City, Mexico
Emirates Spinnaker Tower, Portsmouth, UK
Table Mountain and Cape Wheel, South Africa
Sheraton Grand Doha, Qatar
Avala Tower and Bridge over Ada, Serbia
Auckland Sky Tower, New Zealand
Mauritius Commercial Bank St JeanTower, Mauritius
Singapore Flyer, Helix Bridge, Maybank Tower and Marina Square, Singapore
Nasdaq screen, Times Square, New York
Canberra Telstra Tower, Australia
Great Pyramid of Giza, Egypt
Menara Kuala Lumpur, KL Tower, Malaysia
A ‘Thunderclap’ allows anyone with a Facebook, Twitter or Tumblr account to support the cause with just one click – no commitment.
You’re not signing up to anything – with one click Thunderclap remembers to post a single set message to your Facebook, Twitter or Tumblr feed (on a set day and time). It happens at the same time as every other supporter, so this is how we can grab maximum attention and raise some deserved awareness!
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On #WorldHeartDay, join with @worldheartfed and help reduce premature deaths from the world’s No.1 killer: CVD.
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