American Heart Association Counts Down to 2020 Omaha Heart & Stroke Ball
The American Heart Association’s (www.heart.org/omahaheartball) Omaha Heart & Stroke Ball, their annual black-tie event, will be Saturday, February 29, at the CHI Health Center Omaha.
Themed “A Brighter Future,” the event celebrates the energy, passion, and commitment of donors, healthcare providers, community leaders, sponsors, volunteers, and survivors to raise funds for lifesaving research and education. Funds raised during the event support the fight against cardiovascular diseases—the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States each year.
“The Ball would not be possible without our volunteer leadership and sponsors that raise important funds to support the American Heart Association’s lifesaving mission,” said Omaha Heart Ball and Stroke Ball senior director, Kelsey Ridder.
The 2020 Omaha Heart & Stroke Ball is chaired by Mike and Elizabeth Cassling, and Honorary Chairs, Jack and Stephanie Koraleski and is presented locally by CQuence Health Group and the Cassling Family Foundation.
To learn more about the American Heart Association and supporting the 2020 Omaha Heart & Stroke Ball, the public is encouraged to visit www.heart.org/omahaheartball or contact Kelsey Ridder, (402) 810-6848 / Kelsey.Ridder@heart.org.