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The Illinois Chapter is a group of volunteers dedicated to raising awareness and money to support CHF’s mission of  funding the most promising research to advance the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of congenital heart defects- the #1 birth defect in the U.S.

Chicago Congenital Heart Walk 2015
The Congenital Heart Walk is an ongoing national effort between the Adult Congenital Heart Association (ACHA) and The Children’s Heart Foundation (CHF). We walk to honor and remember the millions who have been impacted by congenital heart disease (CHD). The Chicago Congenital Heart Walk will take place on Saturday, June 13th in Lincoln Park. For more information, check out the Heart Walk event page.
 
2015 16th Annual CHF Golf Outing
2015 CHF 16th annual Golf Outing
Event Details:
- Monday, August 3, 2015
- Conway Farms Golf Club – Lake Forest, IL
For more information, check out the 16th Annual Conway Farms Golf Outing event page

Red Tie Ball Update
 
Our inaugural Red Tie Ball was a huge success! Giant thanks to our generous donors, sponsors and volunteers.  We grossed over $200,000– potentially funding two or more CHD research grants!
 
Watch our video to learn more about congenital heart defects and the importance of funding CHD research:
 
 A special thanks to PICS foundation, Edwards Life Sciences, Elixir Medical Corporation, and Venus Medtech for their sponsorship of the Red Tie Ball.
 
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For more pictures from the Red Tie Ball check out our facebook album

 

 The CHF Monthly E-Newsletter

The Children’s Heart Foundation now has a monthly e-newsletter!
The e-newsletter is designed as a way to keep you up-to-date with CHF news, events, chapter highlights, CHD news, and more! 
If you would like to receive the e-newsletter on a monthly basis, sign up by clicking the photo below:

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* If you already receive CHF emails you are automatically signed up