Join The Human Heart Beat!
Want to show your support for Australia’s largest heart health charity while watching Melbourne’s newest football team earn their stripes? Then the Human Heart Beat is for you!
Want to show your support for Australia-s largest heart health charity while watching Melbourne-s newest football team earn their stripes? Then the Human Heart Beat is for you!
Melbourne Heart FC will join with the National Heart Foundation to help raise awareness of the devastating effects of cardiovascular disease - Australia-s biggest killer.
Join us in 2010 for our inaugural ‘Human Heart Beat- at AAMI Park on December 8th and help make a difference to the 46,000 people who lose their lives to cardiovascular disease each year.
Everyone is welcome to participate - supporters, football fans, survivors and friends - but be quick as we expect the event to sell out! A $10 donation will be made to the Heart Foundation from each ticket sold to assist us with our life-saving work.
If you are a Melbourne Heart member, you are still welcome to be a part of the Human Heart Beat. For a $10 donation per person to the Heart Foundation, members are encouraged to participate and join the Human Heart Beat!
Simply click here to make your donation. In the field marked ‘message- please register your member number/s.
Tickets are for non Melbourne Heart members are $20 each and they include: • Entry to the Melbourne Heart vs Newcastle Jets game • A red poncho and a bottle of water • A minimum $10 donation to support the Heart Foundation-s life-saving work
Participants will need to arrive at AAMI Park at 5.00pm SHARP. You will need to register upon arrival at Gosch-s Paddock, on the east side of the stadium behind car park F.
IMPORTANT: Participants can only wear rubber soled shoes (sneakers, trainers or thongs) to participate in this event. Dress shoes or heels are not permitted.
We invite you to join 1,500 other participants to create a ‘beating heart- on the AAMI field before the Melbourne Heart vs Newcastle Jets game on Wednesday 8 December, 2010.
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