Are you getting ready? If not, you should be! The Shop With Heart Card (SWHC) event is right around the corner. All you have to do to get ready is simply buy the SWHC online today for a minimum donation of $50. You don’t even have to leave your house! Then, between April 28th and May 7th 2017, all you have to do is shop, shop, shop!
When using the SWHC during the 10-day annual event, you will enjoy 20 percent off regularly priced merchandise at participating retailers in and around the Houston area. And while your shopping, don’t forget to stop and eat at participating restaurants. You will receive your choice of one complimentary appetizer or dessert with the purchase of an entrée.
But that’s not all, the best part of using the Shop With Heart Card is not just the savings, it’s the fact that 100 percent of the proceeds will benefit the American Heart Association! Do you know someone who has had a heart attack or a stroke? Unfortunately, you probably do. Heart disease is the #1 killer in the United States, and stroke the #5 killer. The brain child of the Heart Guild of Houston–a volunteer fundraising branch of the American Heart Association made up of a diverse group of women who share a passion for creating a heart-healthier Houston–the SWHC event has raised over $11 million for heart disease research and education over the past four years, and you can help, too! Simply purchase the card. You will save when using it at participating retailers and restaurants, AND you will help save LIVES!
One Card. Ten Days. Thousands of Lives Saved!
During the 10-day Shop With Heart Card event, cardholders enjoyed 20 percent off regularly priced merchandise at participating retailers and choice of one complimentary appetizer or dessert with purchase of an entrée at participating restaurants across the Greater Houston area. With the help of our generous underwriters and sponsors, 100 percent of the proceeds benefit the American Heart Association whose mission is to build healthier lives, free of cardiovascular disease and stroke, the #1 killer of men and women in the United States.