Heart Beats Basketball Tournament

Sponsorship Information Sponsoring the 2023 Heart Beats Basketball Tournament is a great way to help support the Heart Care Fund. We offer three different sponsorship tiers with a wide range of deliverables. For detailed information, please view our sponsorship form. If you have any questions, please contact Lisa Patten at [email protected] or 804-314-1579. Sponsorship Form Download

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Meet Stan & Tammy

You gave Stan a second chance at life after cardiac arrest and his wife, Tammy, peace of mind It started as a normal morning for Stan and Tammy Edwards. Tammy went shopping for a new porch swing and Stan went for a bike ride. However, their lives would soon completely change. After suffering cardiac arrest,…

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John’s Story

John is active and healthy after a heart procedure, thanks to you When it comes to rehab care, this wasn’t John Meagher’s first rodeo. “I’ve probably had more hours in rehab than most people live. Knees, shoulders, stents: you name it, I’ve rehabbed it. This time around, I had an exceptionally good group of friendly,…

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Heart Care

Cause Heart Care Give From the Heart Ensure innovative, life-saving cardiovascular care here in Hampton Roads Donate Saving lives and mending hearts, with your help Donations mean our heart experts are well-trained and well-equipped to provide exceptional cardiovascular care here in southeast Virginia So many of us, whether ourselves or a loved one, have been…

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Heart Care

Cause Heart Care Give From the Heart Ensure innovative, life-saving cardiovascular care here in Richmond Donate Saving lives and mending hearts, with your help Donations mean our heart experts are well-trained and well-equipped to provide exceptional cardiovascular care here in the Richmond area So many of us, whether ourselves or a loved one, have been…

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Carolyn’s Story

Carolyn’s heart is on the mend, thanks to you Valentine’s Day is a day full of hearts, but for Carolyn Pendleton, it was also the day she learned her heart was in dire condition. She’d long suffered from asymptomatic aortic stenosis, but it had progressed. Her cardiac surgeon, Dr. Brody Wehman, knew open-heart surgery was…

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