SAN DIEGO – February is American Heart Month and CBS 8 is supporting two events this year. National Wear Red Day and the Go Red for Women Luncheon. Here are the details:
National Wear Red Day
Friday, February 3 is National Wear Red Day, and as a proud partner with the American Heart Association in San Diego, CBS 8 is spreading the word! On that Friday, join millions of people, including our news team, and wear red for a common goal: to end heart disease and stroke especially in women. If you’d like to donate to the American Heart Association or to learn more about heart disease and stroke,
Go Red for Women Luncheon
How much do you know about your heart health? Did you know that cardiovascular disease kills more women than all forms of cancer combined? For over a decade, CBS 8 has worked with the American Heart Association in San Diego to raise awareness and help women take charge of their heart health.
Friday, February 24th is the Go Red for Women Luncheon at the US Grant Hotel. This Luncheon is a great opportunity for our community to learn the warning signs of heart disease and stroke in a empowering and fulfilling way.
Give hope, Share Joy will help provide nutritious food to San Diegans who need us most right now. Every dollar donated provides 2 meals.
Hundreds of thousands of people right here in San Diego face food insecurity every day. The increase in food and gas costs along with high cost of living throughout our area are impacting so many of our neighbors.
Give hope, Share Joy will help provide nutritious food to San Diegans who need us most right now. By making a gift, you offer hope to children, seniors, families and our military heroes. Every dollar donated provides 2 meals, and this Monday, every donation is matched up to $10,000 thanks to Tracon Pharma. For more info on Feeding San Diego, including how to donate.