hidden Ride the Revolution! Join the American Stroke Association for CycleNation Triangle on June 15th

Ride the Revolution! Join the American Stroke Association for CycleNation Triangle on June 15th

Join the American Heart Association and the American Stroke Association for their annual CycleNation Triangle event on June 15th at Coastal Credit Union Midtown Park at 3pm. CycleNation empowers people to use cycling as a way to get brain and heart healthy — all while raising funds for community programs that will help prevent stroke

hidden NC Lobby Day: Over 50 Lawmakers Addressed

NC Lobby Day: Over 50 Lawmakers Addressed

Raleigh, NC – Over 40 volunteers clad in red arrived in downtown Raleigh for North Carolina Lobby Day. Their purpose: to talk to lawmakers about the importance of comprehensive and accessible health care. North Carolina has the opportunity to expand affordable health insurance to at least 340,000 uninsured people. A majority of these uninsured people

hidden Five HBCUs Advance in the American Heart Association Urban Health Accelerator-HBCU Healthy Communities Challenge

Five HBCUs Advance in the American Heart Association Urban Health Accelerator-HBCU Healthy Communities Challenge

Community environments play an important role in health outcomes. People living just 5 miles apart can in some cases have a difference in life expectancy of more than 20 years due to factors such as economic stability, education, societal influences and health care.  Through the American Heart Association’s 2019 EmPOWERED to Serve Urban Health Accelerator-HBCU pilot, schools have an

hidden Wake County Commissioners Celebrate Heart Month

Wake County Commissioners Celebrate Heart Month

American Heart Association volunteer, Tiffany Gholston, promoted American Heart Month at the Wake County Board of Commissioners meeting. Gholston is a heart disease survivor, Triangle Board member and You’re the Cure advocate. Gholston spoke to Wake County Commissioners on February 4th to celebrate the strong partnership between the American Heart Association and the County, and

hidden Triangle Construction Industry Makes P.E. More Fun for Students

Triangle Construction Industry Makes P.E. More Fun for Students

RALEIGH, NC – Students at Barwell Elementary School have new physical education equipment to use thanks to Triangle Hard Hats with Heart attendees. At the September event Draper Aden Associates, the Tools for Schools sponsor, and the American Heart Association asked attendees to bring P.E. equipment to be donated to a local school. Attendees exceeded

hidden Triangle’s First AHA Blood Pressure Kiosk Placed at Food Bank

Triangle’s First AHA Blood Pressure Kiosk Placed at Food Bank

Representatives from the Triangle community gathered this week at the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina for a ceremonial ribbon cutting of the first American Heart Association blood pressure kiosk in the Triangle area. Once the ribbon was cut, everyone took a step back while a volunteer leaped forward to be the first