American Heart Association logoGo Red for Women®

Donate now and double your impact

Every dollar will be matched to double your impact for the hearts you love, thanks to a group of generous donors!

runner gives thumbs up

The American Heart Association’s signature women’s initiative, Go Red for Women, is a comprehensive platform designed to increase women’s heart health awareness and serve as a catalyst for change to improve the lives of women globally.

It’s no longer just about wearing red; it’s no longer just about sharing heart health facts. It’s about all women making a commitment to stand together with Go Red and taking charge of their own heart health as well as the health of those they can’t bear to live without. Making a commitment to your health isn’t something you have to do alone either, so grab a friend or a family member and Go Red today.

Most heart disease and stroke deaths are preventable, cardiovascular diseases continue to be a woman’s greatest health threat.

Reclaim Your Rhythm

Many of us have adopted unhealthy habits during the past two years, taking a toll on our physical and mental well-being.

Join us this American Heart Month and Reclaim Your Rhythm by making moves today that lead to healthier tomorrows. We have the tools to get you started and help keep you on track so you can take actions that work best for your life, to give you the best chance at life.

Reclaim Your Rhythm logo

Reclaim Your Rhythm with Go Red for Women

Join an incredible group of speakers as they share the latest on women’s health and well-being and discuss how Go Red for Women is breaking barriers and achieving equitable health through research, education and advocacy. Watch on demand now.

Leadership in Women’s Heart Disease: From Disparities to Economic Opportunity

What if there was a simple way to generate billions in economic benefits and add tens of thousands of productive years to our workforce? Women's Health Access Matters, Go Red for Women and an exceptional panel of experts will share new findings that show how investing in women’s heart research could be that catalyst. Join the roundtable Feb. 24 at 1 p.m. EST.

Patient waiting in exam room, looking out the window

Find the Soundtrack to Reclaim Your Rhythm

Did you know that incorporating music into your daily routine can help create healthy habits? During American Heart Month, the American Heart Association is taking over Pandora’s Dance Cardio Radio with three modes featuring specially curated tracks to help you Reclaim Your Rhythm today.

Reclaim Your Heart

Reclaim Your Heart

Featuring the anthems of the 2022 Go Red for Women Real Women survivors, Reclaim Your Heart will inspire you.

Reclaim Your Day

Reclaim Your Day

Featuring celebrated Black artists in recognition of Black History Month, Reclaim Your Day will move you.

Reclaim Your Beat

Reclaim Your Beat

Featuring music you can dance and groove to, Reclaim Your Beat will keep you in rhythm (at 100-120 bpm for Hands-Only CPR, that is!)

Women Making an Impact Across the Country

Woman of Impact and Teen of Impact officially kicked off on Feb. 4. More than 350 changemakers have signed on to make an impact in their local communities. Follow the nominees on social media as they champion the mission of Go Red for Women. After nine weeks, one nominee in each market will be named the Woman of Impact or Teen of Impact Award Winner.

businesswoman wearing boxing gloves

The Real Women: Sharing Stories of Survival

Go Red For Women has all kinds of ways to get involved and use your talents.

You’ll be fighting for yourself, for those you love, and for women all over the world. You’ll make lifelong friends, and more importantly, you’ll make a difference!

Join the Go Red Movement
Learn different ways to donate
Show up and show support Go Red at events nearby

You want to learn about signs, symptoms and risk factors?

If you or a love one have been diagnosed or you are a caregiver for someone with a cardiovascular condition, all the information out there can be overwhelming.

Take your time reading through our information and be sure not to overwhelm yourself. We're here for you.

High Blood Pressure in Women
Heart Attack Symptoms in Women
Stroke Symptoms in Women

You can join Research Goes Red!

The AHA’s Go Red for Women® movement and Verily’s Project Baseline have joined forces to launch Research Goes Red and are calling on women across the United States to contribute to health research.

By joining Research Goes Red, you can:

  • Contribute through clinical research, surveys, focus groups
  • Only participate in the studies that you're interested in, no obligation
  • Help shape the future of disease management and care
  • Learn about your own health while helping improve health for all
  • And more

Research Goes Red

Congratulations! You've taken the first step to living healthy.

Great choice!

Your purchase of every official Go Red for Women® product supports the fight to end heart disease and stroke in women.

Get Go Red Gear
young woman drinking at desk using mobile phone
mother holding sleeping infant
mature woman portrait outdoors
mother holding sleeping infant

Pregnancy and Maternal Health

Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of new moms.

It can pose a threat to women’s heart health during pregnancy and later in life.

mature woman portrait outdoors


Prioritizing your health is important before and after menopause.

Learn about menopause, its symptoms and impact on your health.

Don’t miss this incredible opportunity to make 2x the difference.

This American Heart Month, you can help spread awareness and make twice the impact in our fight to ensure that all people have access to quality healthcare – no matter where they live. Donate today.

woman folds hands outdoors

Go Red Gear

Pins, pamphlets, shirts and more! We have everything you need to Go Red to raise awareness, show your support and help fund our mission with every purchase.

Shop & Go Red!

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Questions

There seem to be countless questions about the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 — and some answers seem to change every day. Here are common questions about the virus and your safety and health.

Find answers or ask your own questions

Nationally Sponsored by:

CVS Health