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Get Moving For the Maz

Thank you to everyone who participated and donated to the 2022 Maz Move-A-Thon!

16 teams and over 150 participants joined the amazing cardiac staff at the Mazankowski Alberta Heart Institute as they virtually walked, ran, cycled, or rowed to the moon for cardiac care!

For the entirety of Heart Month, participants moved over 20,000 km and raised more than $61,000 for a new cardiac monitoring system at the Maz, crushing the $50,000 fundraising goal.

Pick your activity

Walk, run, spin, swim, row – how you move is up to you! I hear surfing is wonderful this time of year.

Get the app

Download the free Strava app to help you track your movement from February 1 - 28.

Register

Register as an individual, join an existing team, or create your very own team to challenge your friends, family and coworkers.

Personalize

Personalize your own Maz move page and access your arsenal of fundraising tools through the participant centre.
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Engage Your Team

Thank you to everyone who joined the 2022 Maz Move-A-Thon by signing up individually or rallying their colleagues and friends to sign up as a team. Your participation supported critical care at the Maz. Check out where your team is placed on the leaderboard and start celebrating with your team!

ABOUT MAZ MOVE-A-THON

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Led by staff at the Mazankwoski Alberta Heart Institute, the Maz Move-A-Thon is a month-long fundraising event that encourages us to practice positive cardiovascular health. Last year, over 11 million steps raised more than $56,000.  Participants can get involved in any way that keeps them active, such as walking, running, cycling, yoga, or rock climbing. On their journey to making life better for patients at the Maz, teams engage in a friendly competition to claim Top Fundraising Team and Most Steps accolades.  By supporting our doctors, researchers, and care staff at the Mazankowski Alberta Heart Institute you have opened up doors to a whole new world. One where cardiac patients can receive a second chance at life thanks to revolutionary technology like the Ventricular Assist Device (VAD). Minimally invasive procedures and technology that are available to treat conditions that once required risky major surgery. And diagnosing even the most complex cardiac conditions is faster and more accurate.   

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