Badge - 5+ Years National Teams Achievement Award

AT&T and the American Heart Association Unite!

At AT&T, we know everything is better when we connect. In 2015, we connected AT&T employees around the country to form our first national Heart Walk team. And since then, we’ve raised more than $12 million to support the lifesaving research and education efforts of the American Heart Association (AHA). Supporting the AHA is in our DNA and one way we live our Purpose. So, connect with your AT&T colleagues, friends, family and community at your local Heart Walk in 2024. Together, we will continue to be a force for longer, healthier lives.

When employees make donations to the AHA, AT&T will make a 50% matching donation to AHA, which will count toward the $500 per-employee annual matching budget until the cap is exhausted. To receive the match when making an “external” donation outside of AT&T’s Community Engagement platform, att.benevity.org, save your receipt(s) and request a match in three easy steps! (Examples of external donations are those made with cash or check or directly through the AHA website.)

About National Teams

Heart Challenge Signature Programs

Comprised of Heart Walk, CycleNation and Field Day, Heart Challenge is a suite of activities and initiatives designed to help companies positively impact employee health and well-being while uniting them to raise funds to end heart disease and stroke.

We are proud to be participating in:

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*Don't see an event near you? Contact your AHA Team Coordinator below.

Find Your Event

Heart Walk

Company Heart Walk Contact

AHA Contact

Heart Walk Resources

Materials provided by the company may not meet American Heart Association accessibility standards.
How to Raise $1,000+

Field Day

Company Field Day Contact

AHA Contact

Field Day Resources

Materials provided by the company may not meet American Heart Association accessibility standards.
Mental Well-Being & Life Skills
Mental Well-Being & Life Skills

Cyclenation

Company Cyclenation Contact

AHA Contact

Cyclenation Resources

Materials provided by the company may not meet American Heart Association accessibility standards.
Mental Well-Being & Life Skills
Mental Well-Being & Life Skills

TOTAL IMPACT

2024 Campaign - Check back often to see our progress
Total Participants
243
Participants
Total Teams
77
Teams
$39,314
Raised
$750,000
Goal
5% Achieved
Heart Walk
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243
Participants
Team Icon
77
Teams
$39,314
Raised
$750,000
Goal
5% Achieved
Field Day
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0
Participants
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0
Teams
$0
Raised
$0
Goal
Achieved
Cyclenation
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Participants
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0
Teams
$0
Raised
$0
Goal
Achieved

Heart Challenge Programs

Comprised of Heart Walk, CycleNation and Field Day, Heart Challenge is a suite of activities and initiatives designed to help companies positively impact employee health and well-being while uniting them to raise funds to end heart disease and stroke.

Our campaigns are designed to meet your company where you are – in-person, hybrid and/or virtual engagement.

Heartwalk 20 Year Survivor Image
Heart Walk Logo
Heart Walk unites employees in celebrating health and honoring survivors. Through our signature experience, we move, have fun and raise lifesaving funds- together. There are 250+ events nationwide where each participant proudly says, "I Walk to Save Lives"!
Field Day Event Image
Field Day Logo
Never stop playing. Teams of employees participate in physical, mental, and fundraising challenges which provides meaningful connection and play breaks in their workday. Companies who participate in Field Day host the event on their own campus or a nearby park, even virtually.
Cyclenation - Girl Riding Bike
Cyclenation Logo
Ride the Revolution. CycleNation is an experiential event focused on fundraising, building community, and getting moving through cycling. Your employees will save lives by having fun with each push of the pedal! Cycling experience is not necessary. Event is held on stationary bikes.
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