National Wear Red Day® and American Heart Month

National Wear Red Day may be over, but American Heart Month is just getting started! Together, we can continue to wear, share and rock our red, all to help save more lives. Join us and Reclaim Your Rhythm today.

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The Nation Goes Red in February

From landmarks to online communities, neighborhoods to news anchors, this annual groundswell unites millions of people for a common goal: the eradication of heart disease and stroke.

Wear red to raise awareness about cardiovascular disease and help save lives. Why? Because losing even one woman to cardiovascular disease is too many.

Wear Red and Give

Get started today by setting up your own fundraising page. In just three easy steps, you can invite your friends and family to join in the fun.

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We Go Big for Go Red | AHA Go Red for Women | AHA Life is Why“We want red to be prominent in our stores,” said Joice Wirkus, Big Lots senior vice president of marketing and member of the Go Red for Women National Leadership Council. “We want people to know there’s something special going on, so when they get to the register, they’ll want to join the cause.”

Go Red Gear

Pins, pamphlets, shirts and more! We have everything you need to Go Red to
raise awareness, show your support and help fund our mission with every purchase.

Shop & Go Red!

Reclaim Your Rhythm This Heart Month

It’s time to Reclaim Your Rhythm! Take control of your health by making moves today for healthier tomorrows.

We’ll get you moving and grooving in ways that work best for your life, to give you the best chance at life — because losing one woman to cardiovascular disease is too many.

You can start now by cranking up the tunes, getting on your feet and joining us to Wear Red and Give.

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Need Help?

If you have questions about how you or your company can Go Red, email us!

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Big Lots logoBig Lots is a National Wear Red Day matching partner of the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women Movement.