Help Us Further The Mission of Citizen CPR Foundation
More than 350,000 people suffer out-of-hospital sudden cardiac arrest each year in the United States. Yet few citizens know CPR. The Citizen CPR Foundation’s mission is to save lives from sudden cardiac arrest by stimulating effective community, professional and citizen action.
Help the Citizen CPR Foundation raise awareness of the need for citizen CPR, bring CPR training to schools, place AEDs in public places, host mass CPR training events, support survivors as advocates, spread the Resuscitation Officer Program and SAVE LIVES!
Funding is also used to support travel grants for individuals seeking to attend the Cardiac Arrest Survival Summit, the largest and most inclusive gathering of its kind. Travel may be awarded to survivors, activists, innovators and youth in the field who will both contribute to our mission to save more lives and also benefit from attendance through the education and networking opportunities the Summit provides.
They called 911 and ran over to begin CPR. Jake and Capt. Joe from the Vista Fire Department arrived within two minutes and restarted Showman’s heartbeat by shocking her with an AED. While responders worked, the trio of corpsman contacted her husband and comforted their frightened little girl. “Not only did they save my life, but they took care of the love of my life, my daughter.”
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The Citizen CPR Foundation is a 501(c)3 organization and all donations are tax deductible.
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For helping to train more people, place more AEDs and Save Lives!