Join NHLBI, The Heart Truth®, and organizations around the country on National Wear Red Day®, celebrated each year on the first Friday in February, to bring greater attention to heart disease as a leading cause of death for Americans. Use the poster, stickers, and social media resources below to promote Wear Red Day.
Thanks to everyone around the country who wore red and got their hearts pumping with us on Feb. 5 to celebrate National Wear Red Day! Keep using #OurHearts on social media to show us how you support heart health all year!
Día Nacional de Lucir Prendas Rojas. 5 de febrero. La enfermedad del corazón es una de las principales causas de muerte en los EE. UU. Conozca su riesgo y proteja su corazón. hearttruth.gov
Help promote the observance by sharing the images and sample posts below on your social media channels. Simply click on the image to download and copy and paste the text below. Find more American Heart Month social media resources here.
Print this poster and hang it in places in your community, workplace, faith-based institution, clinic, or other areas to promote Wear Red Day.
National Wear Red Day Poster (PDF)
Print your own National Wear Red Day stickers and mail them to members of your organization or community. Wear one proudly during your video call or meetings!
National Wear Red Day Sticker
National Wear Red Day Stickers Round Labels for Printing
February 5 is National #WearRedDay! DYK heart disease is a leading cause of death in the US? We’re joining @TheHeartTruth this #HeartMonth to spread the word that when we take time daily to be heart healthy, those small acts help protect #OurHearts. www.nhlbi.nih.gov/ourhearts
¡Febrero 5 es el #DíaLucirPrendasRojas! ¿Sabe que la enfermedad del corazón es una causa principal de muerte en los EEUU? Unidos a @TheHeartTruth en #MesDelCorazon promovemos cuidar su corazón diariamente, pequeños pasos protegen #NuestrosCorazones. www.nhlbi.nih.gov/ourhearts
Join us on National #WearRedDay to raise awareness about #HeartDisease, a leading cause of death in the US. Devoting a little time every day to care for yourself can go a long way toward protecting your heart health. #OurHearts #HeartMonth www.nhlbi.nih.gov/ourhearts
When we take care of #OurHearts as part of our self-care, we set an example for those around us to do the same. This National #WearRedDay, sport your favorite red clothing and show your heart some love! www.nhlbi.nih.gov/ourhearts
Cuando cuidamos #NuestrosCorazones como parte de nuestro autocuidado, damos ejemplo para que otras personas hagan lo mismo. ¡Este #DíaLucirPrendasRojas luzca sus prendas rojas favoritas y demuéstrele amor a su corazón! www.nhlbi.nih.gov/ourhearts
We’re proudly joining @NIH_NHLBI and @TheHeartTruth for #WearRedDay to support heart-disease prevention and encourage you to make heart health a part of your self-care routine in 2021! #OurHearts www.nhlbi.nih.gov/ourhearts
You can help protect your heart against #HeartDisease with self-care, like moving more, eating healthier, managing stress, not smoking/vaping, and getting quality sleep. This #WearRedDay, use #OurHearts to share how you’re showing your heart more love! www.nhlbi.nih.gov/ourhearts
Health and community professionals can use the materials in this toolkit to raise awareness about heart health and the importance of social support for meeting health goals.
Share these social media resources to encourage everyone to give their heart the care it deserves.
Share these social media assets on Facebook and Twitter and tag @TheHeartTruth and #OurHearts.
These prewritten drop-in articles can be used in your newsletters, bulletins, blogs, or your website. You can even send them to your local media and ask them to do a story for American Heart Month.
Use these PowerPoint slides during online educational presentations or anywhere in your community with a screen such as waiting rooms, faith-based services, cafeterias, and more. You can also or print out and use as flyers.
Use this template to write in why you practice self-care for your heart. Then take a selfie on #SelfieSaturday and post it to social media using #OurHearts!