AHA and Musicians on Call are collaborating on a digital campaign to thank front-line caregivers around Valentine’s Day through digital promotions, social media and surprise virtual performances by celebrity artists. The campaign builds on AHA’s Forever Grateful campaign and MOC’s recent holiday virtual concert viewed by almost 10,000 AHA members. As part of the Valentine’s Day campaign, MOC will encourage the public to share messages of thanks with caregivers at the Forever Grateful page and on social media. MOC is one of the nation’s leading provider of live music in hospitals.

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