On Saturday, February 9, the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown will be alive with the glow of red attire as medical professionals, local philanthropists and other attendees make their way into the 2013 Philadelphia Heart Ball. In celebration and support of the American Heart Association, the Philadelphia Heart Ball is one of the premier fundraising galas in the area for this organization. Guests will enjoy a black tie affair with fine cuisine, silent and live auctions, dancing and mingling with others who cherish the American Heart Association and the many wonderful strides this charity organization is taking on an annual basis.
Each year, the Heart Ball is held in Philadelphia to raise funds for the American Heart Association. The American Heart Association operates with the mission of building healthier lives, lives which are free of cardiovascular disease and stroke. From educating the masses to raising funds for furthering research in this medical arena, the American Heart Association does it all. The American Heart Association educates the public on living healthy lives and informing them about the dangers associated with cardiovascular disease, stroke and other associated medical conditions.
At the Heart Ball this year, event attendees will get to enjoy delicious cuisine, elegant cocktails, take part in bidding on both silent and live auctions and dance the night away. The proceeds raised from this year’s event will go towards funding research, initiating programs in keeping with the goals of the American Heart Association and much more.
This year’s Philadelphia Heart Ball is sure to be a spectacular event. Not only because it will be a fun night for the attendees but also due to the fact that the funds raised from this event will benefit such a worthwhile cause. Get your tickets for the 2013 Philadelphia Heart Ball today and make sure you have the opportunity to attend this lovely gala event.
WHEN: Saturday, February 9, 2013 from 6- 11:30 p.m.
Philadelphia Marriott Downtown
1201 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
TICKETS: Tickets are $1,000/person and can be purchased here.