Our mission is simple—join us to make a difference.

To provide a platform for citizens, supporters, and community stakeholders to improve outcomes for sudden cardiac arrest victims through empowering education, widespread distribution of defibrillators in public locations, and activation of citizen first responders to confidently and capably provide early care when needed. Learn more and get involved.

Our Impact This Year

  • People Trained

    35,000+

  • Clients Served

    200+

  • Sudden Cardiac Arrest Save Rate - over 3x the national average

    35%+

  • Defibrillators Owned and Managed

    500+

Latest News

Sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) occurs most frequently in the home but AEDs aren’t yet common even in homes with individuals at increased sudden cardiac arrest risk.

With proper training and a well-communicated response plan, families may benefit a home AED and enjoy greater peace of mind knowing that a life-saving piece of technology is at the ready

What is Sudden Cardiac Arrest? Learn the Facts

February is American Heart Month and time to be prepared to help in the event of a sudden cardiac arrest.

I was in the kitchen and my roommate Tina came through and I asked her if she’d like a cup of tea and she said sure, just let me take the trash out. She came back and I was down on the floor and she immediately put one hand on me doing CPR and the other hand dialed 9-1-1. Citizen bystanders are the bridge between life and first responders. Spiritually my faith has grown immensely – just to wake up every day and to really think I’m here, I’m here! You know, I can’t say that I did that before.
Betty Neal

Eagle County Colorado Cardiac Arrest Survivor