On March 12, 2015 we gathered at Benaroya Hall for the annual Go Red For Women Luncheon and were excited to inspire one another to better heart health! Thank you to the speakers who insired us and everyone who attended in support of the mission. Thank you for helping raise over $370,000 in support of Go Red For Women!
We must not be silent. Tell every woman you know about the signs and symptoms of heart disease, encourage one another to take steps to improve the health of our community. Together, we can end heart disease.
Most women don't notice the symptoms of heart disease until it's too late. That's why heart disease has been called the silent killer. But we won't be silent. Heart disease kills 1 in 3 women - killing more than all forms of cancer combined.
The American Heart Association's Go Red For Women movement is part of the world's largest network standing together to end heart disease. For more than a decade, we've led the fight to protect women's hearts through research and education. Millions of women are uniting by wearing a red dress, our public symbol of the fight. The more women we mobilize to stop our No. 1 health threat, the more lives we can save.
Keynote Speaker Susan Levy and 2015 Event Chairperson Elizabeth Lund
Event attendees enjoying the Health Expo prior to the Luncheon
The Smithlin Family who shared their family's story about surviving and living with heart disease.
Enjoying the Luncheon. Click here to see more photos and highlights from the 2015 event thanks to Barbie Hull Photography!