We can’t do this alone. We rely on the generosity and creativity of the community. There are plenty of ways that we can work together to protect hearts + save lives. We’ve listed a few ideas below! Of course, you can always make a donation or volunteer.
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Become a High School Student Ambassador
Do you have a high school student in your life? The Student Ambassador Program was designed by students for students. Raise awareness about sudden cardiac arrest at your high school and participate in a variety of events.
Get a Company Match
Does your company match funds? Does it allow you to allocate part of your salary to a United Way Campaign (Simon’s Fund #45799). Will it make a donation to a nonprofit in exchange for your volunteer hours? If you have any questions about these options, please contact us.
Host a Heart Screening
Want to bring Simon’s Heart to your school? Whether you’re a health professional, an educator, or a student, Simon’s Heart can work with you to host a screening. Fill out this form to get started.
Plan a Community Service (Mitzvah) Project
Kids helping kids – there is something amazing about that concept. Your child can help plan a screening, create a project, or host a fundraiser for Simon’s Heart. Our students are pretty creative: They’ve hosted chess tournaments, designed jewelry for sale, teamed up with Whole Foods, and more. Please contact us with your questions and ideas.
Can’t decide? Then just shoot us a message and we’ll figure it out together.
You can make a huge impact in our mission and receive added tax benefits beyond the standard charitable deduction. Learn more about our Stock Grant Program.