Brevard County Heart Walk
Please join the 2019 Brevard County Heart Walk in supporting the mission
to be a relentless force for a world of longer, healthier lives.
WHEN Saturday, Feb. 23, 2019 (RAIN OR SHINE)
WHERE The Avenue Viera
2261 Town Center Ave, Melbourne, FL 32940
TIME 8:00 A.M. Festivities Begin
WHY Promote physical activity and heart health, while raising funds to
fight heart disease and stroke in our community!
For additional information, please contact the Heart Walk team:
PHONE: (727) 563-8043 EMAIL: BrevardAHA@heart.org
Encompass Health • Health First • Hospice of St. Francis
Parrish Medical Center
Frequently Asked Questions
For additional information regarding the Heart Walk, please visit BrevardHeartWalk.org and click on
“Detailed Info” on the middle of the screen, then click “Tools & Resources.”
Where do the proceeds go?
Donations raised for the Brevard County Heart Walk will go to the American Heart Association, funding
life-saving heart disease and stroke research, community programs, and advocacy efforts. For more
information on the American Heart Association, visit Heart.org.
What is a Company Leader, Coach and Walker?
Company Leader: Organizes the Heart Walk efforts at your company.
Coach: Helps us by recruiting walkers in their department or personal network.
Walker: Helps to raise funds and awareness through one-on-one contact with co-workers, friends and
How long is the walk?
The Heart Walk route is 3 miles long. There is also a 1-mile route available for our survivors and beginner
What is a Top Walker?
A top walker is an individual who raises $1,000 or more for the Heart Walk. These individuals receive special
What is a Red Cap and White Cap?
The term “red cap” or “white cap” refers to our heart disease and stoke survivors who are honored with a
red or white cap to wear at the Heart Walk. On the morning of the event, adult and child survivors are
encouraged to visit the Survivor Celebration tent to pick up their caps and share their story. The Heart
Walk offers a 1-mile survivor route in addition to the regular 3-mile route.
Are strollers and pets allowed?
Strollers are allowed! The Heart Walk is a family-friendly event. Non-aggressive, leashed pets are
welcome at the event, with caution. Please clean up after your dog.
Where do I turn in money?
You can turn in money to your coach or your American Heart Association staff partner prior to the Heart
Walk. At the Heart Walk, donations can be brought to the donation turn-in tent. Donations will be
accepted before, during and after the Heart Walk.
How do I get a t-shirt?
Individuals who raise $100 or more and elect to receive a t-shirt will get a Heart Walk t-shirt. T-shirts will be
distributed approximately six weeks after the event.
Are there other ways to be involved at the Heart Walk?
For those who don’t want to walk, volunteer opportunities are available Friday, Feb, 22nd and Saturday,
Feb, 23rd. Tasks include set up, decorating, manning tents during the event and more! Contact us at