Get Involved: Heart Health

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To get involved with activism that brings awareness around women’s heart health, our experts recommend that you explore these organizations. These recommendations are not endorsements, since organizations can change over time, and it’s important to find a group that fits you and your values.


Congenital Heart International Professionals (CHiP Network)

The Congenital Heart International Professionals (CHiP Network) is a network of congenital heart and pediatric cardiac professionals and administrators that provides high-quality educational materials, events, conferences, research opportunities, and more.


WomenHeart: The National Coalition for Women with Heart Disease

WomenHeart is a patient-centered organization that is committed to improving the lives of women with or at risk for heart disease, while fighting for equity in heart health through education, support, and advocacy. Volunteers can participate in advocacy and lobbying campaigns, train to become peer educators, and create red scarves to support heart patients.