AMERICAN HEART MONTH
Macy’s & Go Red for Women are committed to helping all of us realize our best selves, both inside and out. Let’s get pumped up all month long with inspiring stories, healthy tips & fun shopping to help fight heart disease.Get active lifestyle tips Shop to fight heart disease
the heart of the matter MACY’S MAKING A DIFFERENCE
Heart disease continues to be the number one killer of all women, even though up to 80% of all cardiac events can be prevented. Together with the American Heart Association, we’re committed to raising awareness & funding to combat cardiovascular disease, which means more time for all women to live longer & healthier lives - check it out!Play video
raised by Macy’s in support of Go Red for Women since 2004
>1 IN 3
women live with some form of cardiovascular disease
of Go Red supporters
reported making healthy lifestyle changes last year
love your look SHOP TO FIGHT HEART DISEASE
THE BIG GIVE BACK Your extra change can make a difference
Round up your Macy’s store purchases to the nearest dollar, up to 99¢, & donate your change to ‘Make Good Cents’ for Go Red for Women
FOLLOW YOUR HEART Support the cause in style
Now through February 28, Macy’s will donate 10% of the purchase price of this Calvin Klein red dress to Go Red for Women.
Calvin Klein Red Dress
don’t miss a beat GET UP & GET MOVING!
Small changes to your daily routine can make lasting effects to your heart health. Here are some easy ideas to keep you motivated all throughout American Heart Month.
It’s Wear Red Day!
Make your chores
work for YOU
Own the runway
Food is fuel
Walking at work
Be their Valentine
Brrr! Winter weather workarounds
Don’t get stuck
at the desk
Walk your dog
Tune in & turn up
Reflect, review, react
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more fit-spiration, great recipes, fitness
challenges and more
American Heart Association’s
Go Red for Women®
SPONSORED BY MACY’S
Check out a replay of the iconic New York Fashion Week show that exists at the intersection of fashion, entertainment & philanthropy to shine a light on women’s heart health.