Jim Spell was a Starting Hearts board member for many years and tremendous supporter of our organization. He will be truly missed. Jim spent 33 years as a career firefighter with Vail Fire & Emergency Services, the last 20 years as a captain.

Maggie Seldeen, founder of High Rockies Harm Reduction, a nonprofit organization whose mission it is to reduce overdose deaths from drug abuse, has joined the Starting Hearts Advisory Board. Maggie will advise Starting Hearts as they expand their efforts to save more lives in the community.

Jenna was working out with her father, Steve Beairsto, at the Homestead Court Club when Steve experienced sudden cardiac arrest and collapsed on the treadmill. Her CPR training saved his life.

Douglas County School District has partnered with Colorado nonprofit Starting Hearts to implement a leadership and lifesaving curriculum titled Call.Push.Shock.™ This curriculum will empower students with confidence and capability with leadership and lifesaving skills in the event of a sudden cardiac arrest emergency.

Breckenridge's Red White and Blue Fire EMS Chief joins as Board Member for Starting Hearts nonprofit.

Nonprofit committed to decreasing the leading cause of preventable death in U.S. gets support
for #SaveMoreLives Challenge from reality star who helped save founder's life

New Tower Makes Defibrillators More Visible and Accessible

Starting Hearts’ Advocacy Efforts Help Achieve Important Legislation

Daughter of President and Mrs. Betty Ford to Speak on Heart Health

Entire Student Body and Staff Receive American Red Cross Certification

A World Class Cardiac Arrest Response System to be Installed this Summer

Parties to Cooperate in Improving Women’s Heart Health on Campus and in the

Unveiling Event on Friday, October 6th at the EagleVail Pavilion

Parties to Cooperate in a Multidisciplinary Approach to Saving More Lives of Sudden Cardiac Arrest Victims

Colorado Mountain College will make scholarship funds available

Local nonprofit to compete for a $100,000 grant