Save a Tiny Heart
Start with a gift to NCA this December

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Every year, approximately 250,000/300,000 babies die from congenital heart disease* due to lack of surgical treatment in the countries where they were born. This December, please join NOVICK CARDIAC ALLIANCE in our first-ever SAVE A TINY HEART end-of-the-year campaign to raise critically needed funds for our international programs.

December is an important time to support children in need and your gift to NCA will help save a child’s life. While our fundraising goal is $50,000, no donation is ever too small and working together—as an NCA community—we can fight congenital heart disease around the world. Please consider a tax-deductible gift this December and thank you from all of us at NCA!

“Thank you for making our lifesaving work around the world possible. Please consider a gift to NCA this year and be part of making real change for children worldwide.”

– Dr. William Novick, NCA Founder & Chief Medical Officer

NCA December Goal: $50,000

* Higashi  H, Barendregt  JJ, Vos  T.  The burden of congenital anomalies amenable to surgeries in low-income and middle-income countries: a modelled analysis. Lancet. 2013;381(suppl 2):S62.

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Improvements in human development for patients operated in 2015

39.9

years of potential extra life per child

3.5

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$159,533

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