Registrations are coming in for our first Michigan 5K Fun Run/Walk on Saturday May 16 at beautiful Lake St. Clair Metropark in Harrison Charter Township, about 20 mi. from Detroit. Register by May 2 to guarantee this year’s 5K t-shirt. All registered participants will receive a medal and a t-shirt (if registered by May 2). […]
Don’t miss out! Join us on Saturday June 13, 2020 for our chip timed SCADaddle© Run/Walk at Danada Forest Preserve on a 5K USATF certified course in Wheaton IL, a Chicago suburb. You won’t be disappointed! All runners/walkers will be timed. Awards will be given to overall winner male and female. Medals/recognition will be given […]
The Board of Directors is pleased to announce that we awarded two grants for research on SCAD, totaling $165,000, in 2019!!! This brings our total donation to SCAD research, since our inception, to $965,000! This year’s grant recipients are: Mayo Clinic SCAD Research Program; and Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation Mayo Clinic was the first and […]
The edited Mayo Clinic Research Presentation streamed on September 28, 2019 is now available on our YouTube channel. Dr. Sharonne Hayes gave a recap about SCAD, where the Mayo study has come from and their latest research findings. Dr. Hayes took questions from the audience including questions submitted online following her presentation. Dr. Hayes also […]
Our 4th annual 5K SCADaddle© for Research run/walk took place at Upper Saucon Township Community Park in Center Valley, PA. Everyone had a great time while raising thousands of dollars for research. It was a busy SCADaddle© weekend with a Meet & Greet for SCAD survivors, their supporters and SCAD Angel’s family/friends on Friday evening […]
Our 5th annual West Coast 5K SCADaddle© for Research Run/Walk at beautiful Crown Point Park in San Diego was very successful, raising thousands of dollars for research! This year’s jampacked weekend started on Friday evening with a Meet & Greet at a photo studio. Appetizers were served providing an opportunity for SCAD survivors and SCAD […]
Are you a SCAD survivor? Has SCAD affected your family or friends? Let your voice be heard! You can use the "Tell Your Story" link below to submit your information and it will be posted in the blog section of the website (see "Read Stories"). Or, tell your story in a video and send it to us by email. Short (2-3 minute) videos will be posted on our youtube channel.