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2017 American Heart Walk



Crouse Health President & CEO Kimberly Boynton is chairing the 2017 Syracuse Heart Walk, which will take place Saturday, April 1, at the SRC Arena on the Onondaga Community College campus. This year’s community fundraising goal is $666,000.


 “As the area’s leader in heart attack intervention response times and offering the national Heartcaring program, exclusive to Crouse Health, we are proud to play a leadership role in the 2017 walk,” says Boynton.

Crouse employees invite you to join the Crouse team for the American Heart Association’s annual Heart Walk on Saturday, April 1, at the SRC Arena on the Onondaga Community College campus.

Participating is easy. Simply join an existing Crouse Health team — or start your own Crouse team — and then do your best to collect donations for the American Heart Association. Funds raised through the Heart Walk will support the American Heart Association’s mission of building healthier lives free of cardiovascular disease and stroke.


Click here to register. Select: "Join a team", then "Join as a New Participant."  Either create your team and team name, or join an existing team, and select "Crouse Health" from the drop down. 


There isn't a minimum amount you must raise to participate, however, we ask each that each walker strives to raise at least $100. All registered walkers raising $100 will receive an American Heart Association official 2017 tee shirt at the walk!

Questions? Call Jeffery Youngs at 315/470-8724.



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