The Nation Goes Red in February

On the first Friday of every February, which is designated as American Heart Month, the nation comes together, igniting a wave of red from coast to coast. From landmarks to news anchors and neighborhoods to online communities; this annual groundswell unites millions of people for a common goal: the eradication of heart disease and stroke.


The Red Dress Collection and Go Red for Women

During American Heart Month, stars and heart disease survivors come together to support the Red Dress Collection and American Heart Association's Go Red for Women.

Now it's easier than ever for you to get involved and show your support with Wear Red and Give Day!

What can You do?

  • Wear red to raise awareness of heart disease.
  • Give for the mothers, sisters, and friends that you can't bear to live without.
  • Share #WearRedandGive on social media and encourage others to do the same.

You can visit WearRedDay.org or CVS Pharmacy stores nationwide to make a donation.

You can also wear red and give back at Macy's by purchasing a special Calvin Klein Red Dress and rounding up your purchase to the nearest dollar to donate the change to Go Red.

On behalf of the survivors, friends, and family affected by heart disease and stroke, and everyone who supports this great cause, we thank you for your support.

Proudly Supported By

BECOME
AN INSIDER!
By clicking "Subscribe", you agree to the Privacy Policy and Terms of Use.
Chris Harrison Speaks Out After Stepping Back From 'The Bachelor' | Celebrity Page

Chris Harrison gave his first public interview after the controversy that caused him to step away from The Bachelor in an interview with Good Morning America's Michael Strahan.

KEEP READING Show less

Celebrity Page TV

Janet Jackson

It is almost the 40th anniversary of Janet Jackson's debut album and the artist has decided to celebrate by starring and being executive producer of a four-hour documentary on her career and personal life.

KEEP READING Show less