Join us June 19 at 1:00 PM ET for our Livestream event right here and stay connected with your fellow #VirtualJump families.
Let’s all celebrate together at our first nation-wide #VirtualJump event! This is an event you don’t want to skip, so be sure to mark your calendars and tune into our 30 minute Livestream event on Friday, June 19 at 1:00 PM ET. Join our online community of survivors, families, teachers, and donors as we come together virtually for Jump Rope for Heart. While Jump may look different this year, you can expect the same celebratory moments, music, physical activity, and other fun surprises.
Join viewers from coast to coast from the comfort of your home and experience the magic of Jump Rope for Heart, virtually.Be Entertained
Enjoy a dance party with our special guests, the Magen Boys. Chad LeCoure, our Canadian Rope Skipping Champion, will perform one of his amazing skipping routines.Be Healthy
Learn how to stay healthy at home with the EASY healthy habits. Hear from kids like Nolen and Jamie as they tell you how they’re staying healthy.Get Moving
Get moving and have fun with a special at-home workout for the whole family brought to you by ParticipAction. Learn some new skipping skills with Chad LeCoure.Get Inspired
Hear from our Virtual Jump families and teachers as they share their stories of why they fundraise for heart disease and stroke research.
20-Time Paralympic Medalist and Order of Canada Member
Benoît Huot (Montreal, QC) was born with a disability in his right leg known as clubfoot. He started swimming at 8 years old and became, in the last two decades, one of Canada's most decorated Paralympic athletes with 20 medals in five Paralympic Games. Benoît regularly jumps rope with his family and this year marks his first Jump Rope for Heart, while joining us as our emcee for the livestream on June 19.
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