Every day women are dying from heart disease at the rate of almost one per minute. Speak up! Make a difference! Faculty, staff and students: Show your support for the fight against heart disease in women by participating in National Wear Red Day, Friday, Feb, 4, 2011.
This is the one day each year dedicated to building awareness of risk by raising funds for research and education on behalf of women everywhere.
So wear your red on Friday and donate $1 to help Webster University fight heart disease. If you donate $5 or more, you will be eligible for a special raffle.
To donate to the American Heart Association, drop off or send your $1 bill (or more!) at any of the following locations:
Garden Park Plaza, Advising Center: Lori Sherrill
Emerson Library: Front Desk
Loretto Hall, Academic Affairs: Francine Case
Loretto Hall, Human Resources: Paula Eschmann
Sverdrup Building, second floor: Merideth Daly
University Center, main office: Jennifer Violett
Webster Hall, Admissions: Lilo Whitener-Fey
What: Go Red for Women Day
When: Friday, February 4, 2011 – all day
Where: Webster University
Who: All Webster University Community Members
How: Wear red to work and donate $1 to the American Heart Association
Sponsored by President Beth Stroble, the Webster Staff Alliance (WSA) and the American Heart Association (www.goredforwomen.org/wearredday/index.html)