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Giving Tuesday December 1

 

Giving Tuesday gives us the opportunity to raise CHD awareness. This year, we are reflecting back on some of our accomplishments, showing how your generous donations and support made all this possible.

File Download CCHA Giving Tuesday video _FINAL.mp4 (8.61 MB)

We hope we can continue to count on you to support our mission to advocate for and enrich the lives of people living with CHD through awareness, education, research and support.

How will you support CHD families and CHD awareness this Giving Tuesday!
 
Advocate   CCHA on Facebook  CCHA on Twitter  CCHA on Instagram    @cchaforlife
 
Volunteer   Volunteer with CCHA
 
Donate       Donate to CCHA
 
 
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Date:       Wednesday June 24, 2020

Time:       8-9:30pm EDT

Where:    Virtual - videoconference and phone   

 

2020 AGM Documents

2020 CCHA AGM presentation  PDF icon Download 2020 CCHA AGM Presentation.pdf (1.04 MB)

2019 CCHA AGM minutes  PDF icon Download CCHA 2019 AGM minutes_draft.pdf (209.48 KB)

2019 CCHA Financial Statements  PDF icon Download Canadian Congential Heart Alliance Dec 2019 - Financial Statements - Final.pdf (228.93 KB)

2020-2021 Board of Directors  PDF icon Download 2020 CCHA Board of Directors_AGM.pdf (308.36 KB)

 

Assemblée Générale Annuelle

Date:       mecredi 24 juin 2020

Heure:     20 h à 21 h 30 HAE

Où:         visioconférence et téléphone...

COVID19 and CHD resources

 

Please feel free to share during this time of social distancing and stay-at-home orders

ACTIVITIES

Be sure to check your local library’s website, they usually have free resources and programs!

Bored at home? Here's a massive list of museums, zoos and theme parks offering virtual tours: https://www.goodhousekeeping.com/life/travel/a31784720/best-virtual-tour...

10 of the world’s best virtual museum and art gallery tours: https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2020/mar/23/10-of-the-worlds-best-virtual-museum-and-art- gallery-tours

New item added Best of Ireland - The 7 Best Virtual Tours to Take in Ireland: 

Stay home save lives COVID19

Image_by Grégory ROOSE from Pixabay(4983843_1280)

The World Health Organization officially declared COVID-19 a global pandemic on March 11, 2020 with Canada and provinces putting lockdowns in place shortly thereafter.  For 7 weeks now Canadians having been living through this COVID-19 pandemic.  We are all living with heightened emotions, living life day to day, not knowing what tomorrow or next week is going to look like, unable to make plans for the future.  We are all dealing with emotions such as fear and anxiety due to uncertainty and stress about jobs, school, financial wellbeing, health...

CHD Awareness Week in media

 

Jennifer Michaud - CCHA Board member shares her CHD story on the Marilyn Denis show.

https://www.marilyn.ca/Health/Articles/February2020/Filling-the-research-gap.

You can see her Heart and Stroke interview here

https://youtu.be/5CBy3zmjNAM

 

CTV2 London – Hearts of London/Middlesex chapter of CCHA with Chair Lisa Wright and Owen Gillet – Feb 11, 2020

Owen Gillet shares his CHD story of living with HLHS, diagnosed with a life-threatening congenital heart defect weeks before he was born, and he hopes his story of survival will help others.

75th Anniversary of 'blue baby' surgery

Today we celebrate 75 years since the first "blue baby" surgery by Alfred Blalock, with Helen Taussig and Vivien Thomas on November 29, 1944.

Picture of Dr. Alfred Blalock, Helen Taussig and Vivien Thomas

The child was 15-month-old, Eileen Saxon, the surgery was a success and she went home after 3 months.  Unfortunately her cynotic episodes returned and 2 days before her 2nd birthday, she underwent another operation, she passed away 5 days later.

Now known as the BT or BTT shunt, the surgery was a success and really the start of #CHD surgery.  We have come a long way since then, with an almost 95% survival rate into adulthood now. 

Between 1947 and...

#GivingTuesdayCA is December 3

GivingTuesday Countdown

Thank you for helping us raise $860! 

Be part of something BIG!

So, what IS Giving Tuesday anyway?  Giving Tuesday video

Giving Tuesday is a global movement dedicated to giving back. After the excitement of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, comes Giving Tuesday. Charities, Communities, Businesses and Individuals just like you have the opportunity to give back and make a big impact.

The season of giving is upon us, and what better way to spread some holiday cheer than to raise awareness for CHD (Congenital Heart Disease), the number one birth defect affecting Canadians of all ages.

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Read our stories of strength, perseverance and hope

Our Faces of CHD campaign from 2019 Heart Month https://www.cchaforlife.org/news/faces-chd

Sarah Trainor, via CBC (parent of CHD child)

John MacEachern (Discovering cardiac rehab at age 74)

Joe Bladek (Tetralogy of Fallot)

Anne-Marie Koeslag (Tricuspid atresia)

Emily Clarke (Transposition of the great arteries and tetralogy of Fallot)

Toby Marchegiano (complex congenital heart disease)

Shelagh Ross (Tetralogy of Fallot)

Mathew Moreira (Tricuspid artresia)

Carol Allan (Tetralogy of Fallot)

Angela Akerman (Complex congenital heart disease...

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