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100,000 Heartbeats For Women Social Media Campaign

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Did you know that heart disease is the leading cause of death for American women? To be honest, I didn’t know that either, until we started working on a collaboration between Nature Made and WomenHeart called 100,000 Heartbeats For Women.

 

This social media campaign was created to educate women and highlight the fact that heart health should be a high priority, regardless of your age. We saw the power of building awareness in October when breast cancer awareness became a national priority. This month, your social actions help spread the word about heart disease, and Nature Made is donating to WomenHeart to help them continue their important work, and here’s how you can help.

Spread the Word, Trigger Donations

Just visit the 100,000 Heartbeats For Women site, and for every action you take, Nature Made will donate on your behalf. They’ll donate just for you learning, and they’ll donate even more for you sharing that information with others. For example:

  • Watch the compelling videos where the WomenHeart Champions tell their own personal stories of heart health, and how they empowered themselves with knowledge–$3 Donation.
  • Share some surprising statistics on Facebook, and help to educate others–$5 Donation.
  • Click the heartbeat widget, which we’ve embedded below. Not only does the animation look really neat, but… $3 Donation, each time you click and a bigger donation for sharing.

There are several other ways to support the cause and there’s no limit on how often you can help. We’re proud to be working alongside Nature Made and WomenHeart to help raise awareness about this important cause. And with a few simple social actions, you can support WomenHeart as they continue this important work.

Can you spend just a couple seconds to help? I’d certainly appreciate it.

 

 

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