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Damar Hamlin's
#3forHeart™ CPR Challenge ❤️

Join Damar in taking 3 simple steps to support CPR education and training, research and other lifesaving programs. You can help save lives today.

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Your lifesaving gift today will go twice as far to fight America’s No. 1 killer and help protect the hearts you love.

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Be the one to learn CPR

You can be the difference for someone you love


Be the Beat

Learn Hands-Only CPR Today

Nearly 3 out of 4 cardiac arrests that don’t happen in hospitals happen at home. For American Heart Month, join us in an urgent challenge for one person in every home to learn CPR. Be the beat for someone you love when it matters most. Find more resources on CPR, including our Heartsaver Virtual training course at cpr.heart.org.

Be the Beat for Your Family

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Black or Hispanic adults who suffer a cardiac arrest outside the hospital are substantially less likely to receive CPR from someone on the street or at home. In honor of Black History Month, be the beat for your community and family. You can make an immediate impact by learning Hands-Only CPR Today.

Be the Beat for the Women in Your Life

Sharell Weeams and Brittany Williams, CPR Survivors and two of our Go Red for Women Real Women 2023 Class

Women are less likely to receive CPR than men because people are afraid to touch them. Meet Sharell Weeams and Brittany Williams, CPR Survivors and two of our Go Red for Women 2023 Real Women Class. Their powerful stories reveal why learning CPR is so important to save more women’s lives.

Remembering Dr. Ralph Sacco

Dr. Ralph Sacco, the first neurologist to serve as president of the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association, died Jan. 17. Sacco, a distinguished AHA/ASA volunteer and a revered scientist, served as editor-in-chief of the journal Stroke in addition to other leadership roles. At the family's request, donations in his memory can be made to the AHA/ASA to The Ralph Sacco Memorial Fund for Brain Health.

Read more about Dr. Sacco's life

Read CEO Nancy Brown's tribute to Dr. Sacco

Dr. Ralph Sacco served as president of the American Heart Association and American Academy of Neurology. (Photo courtesy of University of Miami Miller School of Medicine)

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.

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.

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