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The Steve Cullen Healthy Heart Run/Walk is proud to fund life-saving heart research at the Medical College of Wisconsin in memory of former Milwaukee Alderman Steve Cullen who died at age 40 of a heart attack.   In our nearly 25 years, we’ve donated more than $500,000 to the cause, putting every dollar raised in the hands of researchers who are battling the #1 killer in the United States, heart disease. Our 2020 donation is funding COVID research to determine the impact of the coronavirus on the heart and blood vessels.

 

Join us for the VIRTUAL 24.5 Annual Steve Cullen Healthy Heart Club Run/Walk on February 13, 2021! 

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2021 Cullen Run/Walk is going VIRTUAL.

Participants can run or walk any route they choose on any day they like during February, National Heart Month.

Participants should post their #cullenrun photos and results to social media and use the #Almost25YearsRunning.  

All who register by January 31, 2021 will receive a Cullen Run/Walk gaiter to help keep them warm in addition to a colorful short-sleeve T-Shirt.

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Help us meet our 2021 donation goal of $25,000 to fund additional research on the effects of COVID-19 on the heart and blood vessels!  You can contribute directly to the cause via our Facebook page or even set up your own fundraising campaign. Instead of another pair of socks or a dust-gathering trinket, consider asking friends and family to honor your birthday or anniversary with a meaningful gift to fight heart disease!  It’s so easy.

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