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Host Your Own Event

Participate. Support Your Friends and Family.
We all have a heart.

If you’re thinking of organizing your own event like a golf tournament, bake sale or even a wedding, and would like some of the proceeds donated to our charity, we can help set that up for you through our website! We will provide you with a link to create your own event poster and a link to share with your networks so that donating is easy, safe and secure and automated tax receipts can be generated to your donors instantly.

For more information, please contact

Christina Mellos
Managing Director

(416) 730-8299 Ext 2

We appreciate your support and fundraising efforts for Prevention, Education and Cardiovascular Rehabilitation.

Thank you for your active involvement in lifestyle change!

Did You Know the risk factors for heart disease are: Family history, smoking, obesity, high blood pressure, unhealthy blood lipid levels, diabetes, sedentary lifestyle, high alcohol consumption and poor nutrition? The majority of these risk factors are preventative and the first step to improving the heart health of our county is reducing our chances of cardiac disease from ever happening in the first place.

2.3 million Canadians are living with Heart Disease and/or effects of Stroke

Heart Disease is the 2nd leading cause of death in Canada

Heart Disease is the Number 1 cause of death for Women over age 55 in Canada

The Risk of a Heart Attack is 150% greater in Women Living with Diabetes compared to Women without Diabetes

9 in 10 Canadians over age 20 have at least 1 Risk Factor for Heart Disease

80% of Canadians with Diabetes will die from Heart Disease or Stroke

Almost 1,000,000 Canadians are currently living with Congestive Heart Failure with 50,000 additional Canadians being diagnosed each year

The Cardiac Health Foundation of Canada was founded in 1965. Our mission is to promote and develop cardiac rehabilitation programs and services supporting active recovery, public education and primary and secondary prevention initiatives in reducing cardiovascular disease across Canada.