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The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) leads the nation in this landmark heart health awareness movement that is being embraced by millions. Although significant progress has been made in increasing awareness among women about their #1 killer, many women still fail to make the connection between risk factors and their personal risk for developing heart disease.
We need your help to remind women of The Heart Truth® and inspire them to take action to protect their heart health. Taking action requires the efforts of many groups and individuals, and your involvement is key to delivering the message in your community. Make an impact on the leading killer of American women by using some of the suggested event ideas, event support tools, or program materials and resources to plan your own activity or event. Be sure to check out what may already be happening in your community by contacting our partners—then, get active!
Partner With The Heart Truth
Learn about what The Heart Truth's community and corporate partners are doing to help raise awareness about women and heart disease. If your organization or corporation is interested in becoming a program partner of the program or sponsoring a signature Heart Truth event, please contact NHLBIinfo@nhlbi.nih.gov.
Approved partners may incorporate the program logo into a variety of materials (e.g., PSAs, advertisements, in-store displays, television commercials, packaging) to empower women to take action against their risks for heart disease. The Heart Truth logo is trademarked and owned by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. To maintain the integrity of the program, use of The Heart Truth logo requires approval from the NHLBI. Additionally, the logo can only be used for materials and activities related to women's heart disease. Visit the Image Library to download the program logo and logo usage guidelines. For questions about the use of The Heart Truth logo usage and guidelines, contact NHLBIinfo@nhlbi.nih.gov.
Last Updated: December 21, 2016