Heart of Sunnyslope - FREE Family-Friendly Event

3rd Annual Heart of Sunnyslope

Join Us for Heart of Sunnyslope 2023!

Desert Mission Food Bank Campus Parking Lot
9229 N 4th St, Phoenix, AZ, 85020 (Get Directions)

Your health and your community matter. 

Join us for this fun, interactive event—and connect with free and low-cost resources for the whole family. 
Feel confident and supported in your health journey!

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Free Health ScreeningsFREE Health Screenings and Other Resources

  • Adults can get a FREE health screening. Get blood pressure, cholesterol, glucose, and other checks—along with personalized support from NOAH (Neighborhood Outreach Access to Health).
  • Screenings are walk-in, no sign-ups necessary. Just visit us during the Heart of Sunnyslope!

FREE Music, Entertainment, and Kids' Activities!

FREE Fruits and Veggies*, and Other Giveaways!

*While supplies last. Bags of fresh fruits and vegetables will be distributed to the first 500 attendees. Limit one bag per person.

About Heart of Sunnyslope

Hard to believe it has been three years since HonorHealth Desert Mission and Maricopa County Department of Public Health/AZ Health Zone partnered to celebrate community wellness in Sunnyslope! Heart of Sunnyslope is an interactive day for the community celebrating health and active lifestyles, bicycle safety, food resources, health screenings, education, early care, senior care, community advocacy and more. In 2020, over forty vendors participated in the event and provided screenings, referrals and activities for more than 500 attendees.

Does your organization want to participate in Heart of Sunnyslope?

If you provide free and low-cost services that promote wellbeing in and around the Sunnyslope community, you may be a good fit for participating as a vendor at Heart of Sunnyslope! Contact Anne acosta@honorhealth.com for more information

Brought to you by

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NOAH - Neighborhood Outreach Access to Health

University of Arizona Mel & Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health

This material was funded by USDA’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program- SNAP through the AZ Health Zone. This institution is an equal opportunity provider.