Thanks to your incredible support, Simon’s Heart has not just met, but exceeded our annual revenue goals in Fiscal Year 2023. Your generosity and belief in our mission have made this possible. But here’s the thing: our demand has skyrocketed. Our heart screenings, in particular, have a two year wait-list, and our programs like GotAED and the CPR Jukebox, are more in demand than ever before. Thank you for your critical support and trust in our organization, saving one child at a time.

In 2005, Simon’s Heart emerged following the heartbreaking loss of three-month-old Simon Sudman to Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA). Since then, we’ve screened 18,796 hearts, trained 250,000 in CPR, deployed 400+ AEDs, educated 1.8 million coaches and athletes, and influenced legislation in 17 states. THANK YOU for your support! Visit our website for more information:

FY23: July 1, 2022 - June 30, 2023



In March 2023, we joined the Smart Heart Coalition in partnership with the NFL + launched the Access to AEDs Act. Together with Damar Hamlin, we’re advocating for the widespread availability of AEDs where children learn and play. In September 2023, SCA survivors and advocates met with PA Senate and House leaders, along with Gov. Shapiro, to introduce SB-375. This vital legislation aims to support the installation of AEDs on fields across Pennsylvania.


102 AEDs Placed

18 States Reached

81,000+ Hearts Protected


6 Community Heart Screenings

391 Student Hearts Protected


28 CPR Jukebox Stops

20,000 Community

Members Engaged Nationwide


YOU donated $948,669.00 to support a future in which children and communities do not lose children to treatable and detectable heart conditions. THANK YOU!

Grace Kyle, Beth Kyle, and Rob Kyle


Our world forever changed on July 9th, 2022 when our 20-year-old daughter didn’t wake up from going to bed the night before. Caroline was a happy, healthy young women who had recently finished her Freshman year of college. In High School, she was a fun loving, smart student and athlete. She was a member of her high school rowing team and a National Champion in the 2019 Light Weight 8 category. Up until July 8th, we had never heard of “Long QT Syndrome” and what that phrase actually represented. We found out through genetic testing that Caroline had the LQTS gene along with additional members of our direct family. In the days and weeks that followed, we were overcome with grief, shock and disbelief that a seemingly healthy young woman could pass away of cardiac arrest. Soon thereafter, we were introduced to Simon’s Heart. Simon’s Heart became a new “home” for us, as we had found a group we could truly find purpose in. We realized that Caroline would never come back, however we could help to raise awareness of Sudden Cardiac Arrest and hope that another family wouldn’t have to go through what we experienced. We truly believe that if we can help just one person or family in finding any heart defects prior to a cardiac emergency, we will have succeeded in our goal of raising awareness not just locally, but hopefully nationally.
Thank you for supporting the mission of
Simon’s Heart.
The Kyle Family (Beth, Rob, Rory, and Grace)