Thank you for registering for our Kids at Heart virtual Congenital Heart Disease Awareness Week Celebration!

By filling out this form, your family will receive:

  • Email reminders and invitations for the week's activities
  • Access to downloadable Facebook awareness banners

At this time, we have reached our limit to our supply of giveaway items for families. These items were available to the first 200 families who registered. If more items become available, we will contact you! Don't worry though: you can still join in on all the virtual fun!

Every year from February 7 through 14th we recognize and celebrate our amazing CHD warriors during “Congenital Heart Defect Awareness Week”. During this week, children and adults living with congenital heart defects (CHD) are honored and given the opportunity to increase public awareness of congenital heart defects and childhood heart disease. Raising awareness about CHDs is important on many levels - it will provide hope for families of CHD survivors and comfort to those whose loved ones have lost their battles; it will inform the general public about the symptoms of CHDs and possibly save lives; and it will affirm the need for increased funding to researchers and medical professionals so they can continue their work to improve the outlook for CHD patients.

Thank you for participating in Kids at Heart's special virtual celebration for children with congenital heart defects and their families in honor of this week!

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