2015-2016 Tulsa Heart Ball
We want people to experience all of life’s precious moments. To do that, we must be healthy, in heart and in mind. The heart is where life’s moments are felt most and the mind is where these moments become memories. That’s why the American Heart Association and the American Stroke Association have made better heart and brain health our mission. Healthier adults means more active children and stronger survivors. Heart disease is still the No. 1 killer in the United States and stroke is No. 4. Until there’s a world free of cardiovascular disease and stroke, we’ll be there. Making healthier, longer life possible for everyone. Everyone has a reason to live a longer and healthier life. What’s yours? Please consider making a gift during the Open Your Heart program the evening of Heart Ball.
Together, we can change lives and saves lives!
The American Heart Association is the nation’s oldest and largest voluntary organization dedicated to fighting cardiovascular diseases. The Association funds more cardiovascular research than any U.S. organization outside the government. Since 1949, we have invested more than $3.3 billion in the heart of our country. Each year, 22.5 million volunteers and donors work with us to create better lives by teaching, supporting and studying the needs of those at risk. But we cannot do it alone.
Cor Vitae: The Heart of Life is American Heart Association’s premiere philanthropic group comprised of individuals who share a commitment to building healthier lives. Individuals who contribute $5,000 or more between January 1 and December 31 are recognized as Cor Vitae members. Cor Vitae provides a variety of unique opportunities for like-minded individuals to learn about the mission, core programs and impact their gifts make at the American Heart Association.
Patron $5,000 –$9,999
Champion $10,000 –$24,999
Silver $25,000 -$49,999
Gold $50,000 -$99,999
For additional information about supporting the American Heart Association and joining Cor Vitae, please contact Shari Holdman at 918-877-8365 or Shari.Holdman@heart.org.