Heart disease is a leading killer of Australian women, but it continues to be under-recognised, under-researched, and under-treated.
For Australian women heart disease can be an invisible killer; it’s often unnoticed and is rarely talked about openly.
Heart disease takes the lives of 22 women every day. Nearly three times as many women die from heart disease than from breast cancer.
You can help to change these facts. Come to the 2019 Women with Heart luncheon and support the Heart Foundation raise funds to fight for women’s hearts.
Join us at Zinc in Federation Square for drinks, a delicious two-course lunch, chance to win exciting prizes and line-up of inspiring and dynamic speakers including Lisa McInnes-Smith who will focus on empowering guests to be their own advocate so they can thrive in work, life and their health.
Channel 9 reporter and journalist Emily Rice will be our MC and Cardiologist and Heart Foundation Researcher Dr Sarah Zamen will speak about her work.
Date: Tuesday 12th November
Time: 11.45am -2:30pm
Individual ticket: $150 per person
Table of 10: $1,400
For more information, or for a sponsorship prospectus, please email firstname.lastname@example.org