Homeschoolers Act for Heart is a 5 week interactive commmunity service project where homeschoolers get active and learn about heart health and save lives. Join thousands of homeschool students across the country as we learn why it’s important to live healthy.Through this 5-week interactive program you’ll learn:
• What it takes to say “no” to tobacco
• Why it’s important to add more fruits and veggies into your diet
• Fun ways to cut back on sugary drinks, and how to watch out for sneaky salt
• Why play should be an important part of every day
• And much more!
In addition, you’ll learn about the American Heart Association, and have the chance to become a volunteer by FUNraising for our mission. Sign up today!
Then join us on Wednesday, April 5th, 2017 as we celebrate “Get Up and Go!” Day. This will be your chance to play, share your photos with us and put into practice all that you learned. Sign up today!
Homeschoolers Act 4 Heart Health
Lauren Lindberg is the 13 year old chair for the Homeschoolers Act 4 Heart Health and a proud American Heart Association fundraiser. She first became involved with the American Heart Association in second grade when her school held a Jump Rope for Heart event. Lauren’s grandfather passed away when her mom was just 10 years old, so raising money for heart health awareness is a subject close to her heart. She often says “Although we can’t save mine, maybe we can save another little girl’s grandpa”. Ever since participating in Jump Rope for Heart, she has become more and more involved with the organization. Lauren began homeschooling in 2014 and missed being involved in Jump Rope for Heart; this is when the idea for Homeschoolers Act 4 Heart Health was created. She hopes you will join her in the initiative to spread heart healthy messages to families around the Nation.