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American Heart Association's New Volunteer Orientation

Hosted by: Gesselle E. Carradero

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About American Heart Association's New Volunteer Orientation

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Are you inspired to educate others about heart disease and stroke? Do you have a knack for planning events and fundraising? Are you a heart attack, cardiac arrest or stroke survivor? No matter what your story or your passion is we have an opportunity for you to volunteer!

Volunteers give time, talent and much needed funds to create a healthier world, free of heart disease and stroke.

How do you get started?
We have new volunteer orientations scheduled s please RSVP via email to with your preferred attendance date.

Wednesdays September 4th or October 2nd

Chanin Building - 122 East 42nd Street (entrance on Lexington Avenue), 18th Floor
Please bring an ID card with you for building security.

In this meeting we will go through the American Heart Association's programs, upcoming volunteer opportunities and your volunteer interests.

In the meanwhile, if you would like to start volunteering right now, please join our You're The Cure Network. With a simple click of a button, you can be an advocate dedicated to finding a cure for heart disease and stroke. Together, You're The Cure advocates have succeeded in making policy changes such as creating smoke-free committees, placing AEDs in public places, and securing funding for medical research. Sign up for You're The Cure by signing up today at:

Thank you for your interest in exploring volunteer opportunities with the American Heart Association. We have a lot of great areas of activity and welcome your participation! I look forward to speaking with you soon by email or phone to talk in more detail about the opportunities that are available to support our mission.


Gesselle E. Carradero
Community Relations Director- Metro NYC
American Heart Association

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