Join USF’s Team for the Tampa Bay Heart Walk

Help USF fight heart disease and stroke by signing up as a Team Captain for your department or as a Walker for this year’s Tampa Bay Heart Walk.


Last year, USF was recognized as the nation’s highest contributing university without a hospital, bringing in almost $50,000 for the American Heart Association (AHA). This year, the University has a $55,000 goal, and with your help, USF will again be recognized as a higher education leader in raising funds to support the AHA’s education and research.


The Heart Walk is a fun, rewarding way to promote physical activity and heart-healthy living while raising funds to help save lives from two of the U.S.’s biggest killers, heart disease and stroke. This year’s Heart Walk, which takes place at Raymond James Stadium on Saturday, November 5th, includes a three-mile stroll through Al Lopez Park and along the sidelines of the field at Raymond James Stadium.


To create or join one of USF’s Heart Walk teams, please click here.


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