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Can you spot the signs of a stroke? Remember F.A.S.T

Who We Are
Cardiovascular diseases and stroke are the  No. 1 and  No. 5 causes of death in Anchorage. Learn about the lifesaving work of the American Heart Association in Anchorage.
What We Do
We're building healthier lives where you live and work - in the community, health care, education and research.
How You Can Help
Touch hearts - save lives. Here’s the chance to make a real difference!
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3700 Woodland Dr, Ste. 700
Anchorage, AK 99517
phone: (907) 865-5300
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Since 1949, the American Heart Association has spent more than $3.3 billion on research to increase our knowledge about cardiovascular diseases and stroke. Learn about research taking place in the Western States Affiliate.
We're on a mission to help our community get heart healthy by providing people and employers with the free tools and resources they need to get people up and active to prevent heart disease.
You don't have to be a doctor to save lives - just an advocate with the American Heart Association / American Stroke Association. Sign up today!
Make it your mission to fight the No. 1 killer of women - heart diseaseAnchorage GRFW
Let us help you create a unique workplace giving program to empower your employees by offering them a choice in the nonprofits they can support.
San Francisco Workplace Giving homepageAs a parent, you want the best for your child, and we can help. Get the tips and tools you need to start making healthy changes today!

Find a Local Event
March 1, 21077:30 - 8:30 a.m.Men's Red Tie BreakfastDena'ina Center
March 1, 20178:30 - 1:00 p.m.Go Red For Women Conference & Luncheon Dena'ina Center
April 22, 20179:00 a.m.Alaska Heart RunAlaska Airlines Center
Sept. 23, 20179:00 a.m.Anchorage Heart WalkDelaney Park Strip


Volunteer Virtually


This volunteer-powered library gathers tips and ideas from stroke survivors, caregivers and healthcare professionals all over the country who’ve created or discovered adaptive and often innovative ways to get things done!

Would you like to volunteer by sending in your own adaptive tips and ideas? Complete the submission form for a chance to be featured in our library and on ASA Facebook's #WhatWorksWednesdays!

Sinnamon BoveryOn January 25, 1996 Sinnamon Bovery’s son Jackson Grey Moore(Grey) was born. Thought to be healthy, he went home two days later. After less than an hour in his new home, Grey’s color had changed and he was lifeless. Sinnamon called for help and Grey’s father Daniel ran into the room and began CPR. Her mother called 911, and within minutes police arrived and took over. After a long ambulance ride to the hospital, and 45 minutes of CPR, baby Grey finally took a breath on his own. Because the CPR instructor at Daniel’s work convinced him to take a refresher course he was able to take action immediately. That combined with the quick arrival of the police and paramedics and the knowledgeable staff at TC Thompson Children’s Hospital, Grey is now in junior high school. Sinnamon is a proud volunteer and often shares their survival story.

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