Heartfelt Dreams Foundation Events

Heartfelt Dreams Foundation very much appreciates all of the participants and donors who supported our Heart Within A Heart Caring Virtual 5K (August 1 – October 31, 2020). Your contributions assist congenital heart disease patients receive the specialized medical care needed for their life long condition.

August 1- October 31, 2020

Moments that Matter Most

We take time out . . . even during these unprecedented times . . . to make the most of an opportunity to help congenital heart defect patients live longer, be happier, and alleviate the anxiety that may be preventing their care.

With each virtual step, you will make a difference in the life of a child, teen, or adult enduring the life-log condition that needs specialized medical treatment. When the patient was told he has only 3 days to live, Heartfelt Dreams Foundation takes action because of your support. Together we can make this a precious moment for patients, their families, and the doctors and nurses caring for these patients

Join us for some summer fun. Wishing all heart patients sunny days and heartfelt dreams. We thank you for being a part of our Heart Within A Heart Caring Virtual 5K!

Your Support = Our Impact 

  • Phone and email support to CHD patients and families.
  • Grants to patients and families to help them pay for travel expenses so they may access a specialty Congenital Heart Defect Center.
  • Endowed Scholarship to Massachusetts General Hospital cardiac nurses to further their knowledge of working with adults living with CHD.
  • Grant to Massachusetts General Hospital to fund ongoing medical education programs for cardiology and CHD. Live webinars to educate cardiac medical professionals about adults living with CHD, presented by specialized cardiologists.
  • Award Annual Academic Nursing Scholarship to support cardiac care nurses.
  • Support for the HOPE registry, first and only prospective American registry for pregnant women with heart disease. Though maternal mortality is decreasing in most of the world, it is increasing in the United States.