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RaeRae of Light to host fundraiser for congenital heart defect research

Posted 9/14/22

RaeRae of Light is hosting their inaugural “The Beat Goes On” backyard fest on Saturday, Oct. 22.

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RaeRae of Light to host fundraiser for congenital heart defect research

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RaeRae of Light is hosting their inaugural “The Beat Goes On” backyard fest on Saturday, Oct. 22.

Doors open at 6 p.m.

It will be a casual evening of food, cocktails, live music, and a silent auction. “The Beat Goes On” will help raise funds to support critical research and patient families affected by congenital heart defects.

There is no fee to attend.

Guest speakers will include Dr. Daniel Velez, Co-Director Heart Center, Division Chief Cardiac Surgery at Phoenix Children’s Hospital, and Amy & William Walsh, parents to heart warrior Riley.

To RSVP by Oct. 1, or to make a personal gift, please visit The Beat Goes On.

RaeRae of Light, Peoria, Arizona, fundraiser, research, congenital heart defects, CHD