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** BREAKING NEWS **
In order to control the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) and with the health and safety of our event guests being our top priority, we will be taking the 20th Annual Heart Ball virtual. We are going to be bringing the Winston Salem Heart Ball to YOU on Friday, April 24th!
This means that we will have our magnificent silent auction posted on our Facebook Event page and you will be able to bid on your favorite items right from your phone. This will still be a Black & White themed Heart Ball, so wear your finest- your tux or gown or “not” - it is up to you. You will be the comfort of your living room!
You’ll also be able to enjoy the Heart Ball program as we join online together to celebrate from 7:30pm - 8:30pm on April 24th.
You’ll also still have an opportunity to give to help support heart disease and stroke research and education. Now, more than ever, the American Heart Association needs your support.
Approximately 120 million people in the U.S. have one or more cardiovascular diseases, which may place them at higher risk for contracting COVID-19 and experiencing complications of the virus. Also, a number of reports from other countries, as well as in the U.S., have indicated that people with high blood pressure or who have heart disease or survived a stroke may be more vulnerable to its effects, with mortality rates two to three times higher than in the general population. The American Heart Association is working to help find the correlation between heart and brain health as it relates to the coronavirus pandemic. We are also working in communities across the country to ensure people in greatest need have access to care, financial support and other resources.
Be ready to share photos and videos with #WSHeartBall as we bring the Heart Ball to You! Visit our Winston-Salem Heart Ball Facebook Event page for details on how you can support our efforts virtually and celebrate with us from your own living room.
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