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Support the Columbus Congenital Heart Walk

Support the Columbus Congenital Heart Walk

Help Address Childhood Congenital heart defects

Date: October 19 | Time: 8:00 am - 10:30 am

Venue: Genoa Park

Address:
303 W Broad St
Columbus, OH 43215

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The Children's Heart Foundation was founded in 1996 and is the country's leading organization solely dedicated to funding congenital heart defect (CHD) research. CHDs are America’s most common birth defect, affecting nearly 40,000 babies each year. Since the Children's Heart Foundation was founded, they have funded more than $11.1 million in life-saving, life-changing CHD research.

 

The Columbus Congenital Heart Walk series directly supports the mission of the Children’s Heart Foundation: to fund the most promising research to advance the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of CHDs. The 2019 Congenital Heart Walk series will raise critical research funds in 20 cities around the U.S., bringing together 15,000 walkers, hundreds of teams and thousands of donors in the fight against CHDs.

 

Join Besa and the Columbus Congenital Heart Walk to help address childhood congenital heart defects in our community. As a Besa volunteer, you'll assist with the registration process, aiming to get walk participants out to the event as quickly and seamlessly as possible. Volunteers are encouraged to participate in the festivities once your shift has ended.

 

  • 18 is the minimum age required.
  • Volunteers must complete a waiver, which will be provided prior to the event. 
  • Volunteers will receive a volunteer t-shirt to wear during the event. Please notate your size in the note section. 
  • This event is outside, please dress comfortably for the weather. 
  • Parking information will be provided closer to the event date. 
  • This event is ADA accessible. 
  • Court-appointed volunteering: At this time, we can not accept court-appointed requests.   

 

Click here for more information about the Columbus Congenital Heart Walk.