Celebrate Black History & Heart Month with WomenHeart!

WomenHeart Champion: Dr. Charity Watkins

WomenHeart is thrilled to unveil the 2024 “Her Heart, Her History” Campaign, a digital odyssey of heart and history. As we turn a new page, this innovative campaign steps in to replace our beloved #29DaysofHeart initiative, bringing a fresh and profoundly engaging approach to a cause close to our hearts. “Her Heart, Her History” is not just a campaign; it’s a journey into the lives of Black women who have courageously faced heart health challenges. This digital platform will offer a rich tapestry of stories, blending the significance of Black History Month with the vital essence of Heart Month in a way that is both educational and profoundly moving.

Through this initiative, we aim to connect deeply with our audience, offering a window into the resilience, strength, and unwavering spirit of these remarkable women. This campaign is designed to touch hearts and open minds. WomenHeart is committed to shining a light on these stories, fostering a sense of community and understanding that transcends the digital space.

Join us in celebrating the launch of “Her Heart, Her History,” where every story told is an invitation to be inspired, to learn, and to be part of a movement that honors the heartbeats of these extraordinary journeys.


Join us as we spread the word and take action.

Support this campaign

Make a donation to WomenHeart today – every dollar helps us in the fight for health equity and in our mission to support women on their heart journeys.

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Join WomenHeart’s email list today to receive resources and updates on our work to support, educate, and advocate for women living with or at risk for heart disease.

Engage on social media

Share and engage with WomenHeart’s posts on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Twitter, and make your own posts (sample language and graphics below). We’ll be hosting live interviews with WomenHeart Champions and partners throughout the month – tune in.

Stay tuned dates and times.