Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women, and is more deadly than all forms of cancer combined. Join the American Heart Association, Go Red for Women and La Jolla Blue Book in the fight against heart disease.

Join the Fight Against Heart Disease in Women

Go Red for Women is a call to action to stand up against heart disease. Learn about what causes heart disease, educate the people around you, and become an advocate for heart disease prevention. Support the Go Red movement by participating in a local Go Red event. Donate your time or resources. Wear red on February 1, National Go Red Day.

43 million women in the US are affected by cardiovascular disease.

La Jolla Blue Book Supports Go Red for Women

La Jolla Blue Book believes strongly in supporting causes that positively affect our community's health and prosperity. We're proud to sponsor the San Diego Go Red for Women Luncheon. We encourage all San Diegans to get involved, voice support and encourage others to participate.

90 percent of women have one or more risk factors for developing heart disease.

Connect with Go Red

1. Educate, Advocate, Enlighten!

Learn about what causes heart disease, common symptoms, survival rates and prevention... and spread the word! Share what you know with the important women in your life. Write a blog, share a link, post a tweet. Most importantly, get the word out. Here are some great resources to get you started.

  • » Go Red for Women
  • » Go Red for Women San Diego Chapter
  • » American Heart Association
  • » American Stroke Association
  • 2. Participate

    Go Red Luncheons are wonderful social events where women dedicated to making an impact in their community come together to raise awareness, educate and fundraise. Contact your local San Diego office to find out how you can participate.

  • » 2013 San Diego Go Red Luncheon
  • 3. Donate

    Donate to Go Red for Women. In the past 10 years, more than 627,000 women have been saved from heart disease and 330 fewer women are dying each day. Your contribution makes a real difference. There's more than one way to donate:

  • » Join Circle of Red
  • » Fundraise for National Wear Red Day
  • » Donate in honor of a loved one
  • » Plan a gift
  • 4. Wear Red!

    Participating in National Wear Red Day raises awareness for our cause. On Feb. 1, plan on wearing red to show your commitment and passion for fighting heart disease. By the end of the day, everyone should know why Women Go Red!

  • » Tips for Organizing a Wear Red Day Event