2017-2018 Montgomery County Heart Ball
Please join us in welcoming Halle Kate Spivey and her family to share a miraculous story of survival. Miss Halle Kate was born December 2016 with double inlet left ventricle, transposed great arteries and hypoplastic aortic arch. She had her first open heart surgery when she was just three days old. This beautiful story of survival that you won't want to miss.
Cor Vitae: Latin for The Heart of Life is the Annual Philanthropic Giving Society of the American Heart Association. The Cor Vitae Society represents a community of like-minded individuals who understand the importance of changing and saving lives through the work of the American Heart Association. The Cor Vitae Society is the vehicle for committed supports of the AHA, like you, to be recognized for your annual support and serves as a platform for you to inspire others to also consider making an impact on the culture of health in America and beyond. Because of your commitment, our mission of building healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke continue to advance. Thank you for your partnership.
Annual Member Recognition Levels:
Lifetime Member Recognition Levels:
1924 Circle $500,000+
Heart and Torch Circle $1M+
The American Heart Association is the nation’s oldest and largest voluntary organization dedicated to fighting cardiovascular diseases. The Association funds more cardiovascular research than any U.S. organization outside the government. Since 1949, we have invested more than $3.3 billion in the heart of our country. Each year, 22.5 million volunteers and donors work with us to create better lives by teaching, supporting and studying the needs of those at risk. But we cannot do it alone.
For additional information about supporting the American Heart Association and joining Cor Vitae, please contact Kayleen Middleton.
Imagine a world without heart disease or stroke. Many say this is unattainable, considering heart disease kills more Americans than the next four leading causes of death combined. But this vision — for a world free of heart disease and stroke — drives the lifesaving mission of the American Heart Association. Open Your Heart gives donors the opportunity to make a direct impact on the AHA’s mission by making a personal gift.
Your generosity enables the American Heart Association to fund groundbreaking research, develop guidelines to improve patient care and help people lower their risk factors for heart disease and stroke. As long as heart disease continues to be the nation’s No. 1 cause of death, the importance of our work will only grow. Please consider making a gift to Open Your Heart.
Together, we can change lives and saves lives!
February 24, 2018
Woodlands Waterway Marriott
1601 Lake Robbins Dr.
The Woodlands, Texas