2nd Annual Superhero Heart Run – Richmond, VA
Sunday, June 4, 2017 | Bryan Park
Mended Little Hearts of Central Virginia and Heart Heroes, Inc. present the 2nd Annual Superhero Heart Run at Bryan Park! On Sunday, June 4, 2017, Richmond will be suiting up in superhero gear and capes for the most highly-visible event that has ever existed for Congenital Heart Defect Awareness!
Proceeds raised from this event will be utilized to provide support, education, research and create awareness for CHD, the most common birth defect worldwide. Families in Central Virginia will benefit directly through the programs and services provided by Mended Little Hearts and Heart Heroes, Inc.
Sign-up and start fundraising today!
*(Coming Soon!) Exclusive Superhero Heart Run T-shirts Now Available! Now you can show your support for CHD Awareness year-round (unless you wear your superhero cape all year long – which is cool, too). Youth (S-L) and Adult (S-2XL) sizes available and can be yours with a minimum $20 donation!
When you sign up for the run, you can choose size and quantity and add them to your cart. We’ll only have a very limited number available at the event, so we recommend you order yours TODAY!
We Thank Our Sponsors for Supporting the
2nd Annual Superhero Heart Run – Richmond!
~ Superhero Sponsor ~
Mended Little Hearts has a mission to empower CHD families in local communities and nationally. In addition to local support meetings and family events, the Central Virginia MLH chapter provides Bravery Bags each month to Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU and University of Virginia Children’s Hospital Heart Center, to help families with comfort items & toiletries during a hospital stay. Learn more about MLH at www.mendedlittlehearts.org.
Heart Heroes, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to providing support to children and families affected by Congenital Heart Defects (CHD) through the distribution of superhero capes, programs to offer hope, and funding for CHD research. Please visit our website for more information at www.heartheroes.org