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Give a Holiday Gift that Saves Lives

Donate today to help fight heart disease and stroke and receive our new digital recipe booklet, Taste of the Holidays, with our thanks. It’s our gift to you!

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You can save a life

The 2020 American Heart Association Guidelines for CPR and Emergency Cardiovascular Care emphasize quick action by bystanders to begin CPR and training for all.

Don't Die of Doubt

When an emergency strikes, hospitals are still the safest place – even during a pandemic. Call 911 at the first sign of a heart attack or stroke.

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COVID-19 Resources for Everyone

There seem to be countless questions about the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 — and some answers seem to change every day. Find current, science-based information about the pandemic and learn how we’re relentlessly fighting COVID-19 together.

Make This a Holiday for Healthy Hearts

So many loved ones facing heart disease or the effects of stroke are at a greater risk during the pandemic. Give a gift of health and hope this holiday season and receive the new Taste of the Holidays digital recipe booklet with our thanks. Happy Holidays!

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Discover a Simpler Way to Give

The American Heart Association Donor Advised Fund Program offers an easy, flexible and tax-wise way to support all your favorite charities through one account.

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We Still Need Your Help

Every 40 seconds, a loved one still has a heart attack or stroke. Protect the hearts you love with a gift today.

Volunteer

Find volunteer opportunities that fit your time and talent.

Hands-Only CPR

Hands-Only CPR can save lives. Your actions can only help.

Warning Signs

Learn about the warning signs of heart attack, stroke and cardiac arrest.