We need YOUR SUPPORT on #GivingTuesday 

We need YOUR SUPPORT on #GivingTuesday 

Giving Tuesday is Tuesday, November 30th.
The babies, children and families within the Congenital Heart Defects (CHD) community are counting on YOUR support!

For over 3 years now,  Bright Heart Foundation continues to proudly serve the Congenital Heart Defects community. To date, we have provided over $15,000 of in-kind donations to support children in the fight against CHD along with $5,000 worth of free mental health therapy to those looking to achieve their best life beyond the diagnosis and trauma caused by CHD.

We have been able to enrich so many valuable lives thanks to the support of people like YOU!

This year for #GivingTuesday, Bright Heart Foundation will be giving thanks to our healthcare team members by donating much-needed and requested items from the staff that supports PT, OT, and Speech therapy at one of the outpatient locations for Vanderbilt Cardiac Pediatric care. These donations are used directly to support and serve CHD patients and their families while they are under the care of these healthcare heroes.

Congenital Heart Defects (CHD) currently affects about 40,000 newborns in the United States each year.

And, we need your support on Giving Tuesday to take care of them!

OUR GOAL for #GivingTuesday is $5,000 – that’s $100 per session x 50 mental health therapy sessions!


Bright Heart Foundation has 3 levels of support for you to give back to families and patients in need!

Giving Option #1:
Help us fulfill our wish list. Purchase items from our Amazon Wish List which will go to directly to Nashville cardiac pediatric healthcare programs that provide care for CHD families!

Giving Option #2:
Donate $100 to underwrite a mental health session for a CHD caregiver/parent or healthcare worker. Our goal is to provide 50 sessions for those most in need of the extra support!

Giving Option #3:
Give whatever you can.  It takes a village so that we can continue to provide support for both children and their families living with CHD while also offering resources and a helping hand to CHD healthcare workers.

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