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As an advocate for Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) in my community, I wanted to encourage our community members to consider the following:  How would my city rank during a Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA)? The sad but true statistic is that out of the 300,000 people who experience a SCA ... Read more....

I recently had the pleasure to speak with Race Roster's co-founder Chantelle Wilder about "race safety".  She seems truly excited about our mission as well as our strong stance to partner with local race directors at two strategic levels those being (1) Racing Hearts can provide on-site AEDs to... Read more....

I'm on cloud nine as I check out the Palo Alto Weekly (Friday, January 25, 2013) and see that an article on myself and Racing Hearts is the featured story today!  One word - WOW.  I owe a huge thank you to Bill Johnson and Chris Kenrick of the Weekly for wanting to shine a light on us and help... Read more....

I'm so excited to say that Racing Hearts has our first two official donation buttons!  We are now partnering with the Juana Run (March 2, 2013) and Miles for Migraine (March 18, 2013) - so we're pleased to promote each of these events.  
For more information on either and/or to sign-up... Read more....

I want to thank everyone for a great year!  Racing Hearts began our mission of helping to save lives with AEDs back in June of this year.  It's gone fast, and I'm so very proud of what we've been able to accomplish in such a short amount of time.  Here's the quick highlights.
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I couldn't let 2012 come to a close without thanking a few additional folks.  Racing Hearts could not have come this far without your time, dedication, and support this year:

Dennis Burns, Roger Bloom, Kim Roderick - Police & Fire Departments of City of Palo Alto

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Over the past couple of months I have experienced amazing introductions and meetings with so many athletes. It's been wonderful to see how receptive and supportive they are of our Racing Hearts mission. All I've had to say is 'Do you know the stats on Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA)? According to... Read more....

When I set out to start Racing Hearts I could have never guessed that we'd help to connect and re-connect survivors with the person who saved their life.  It's been a pretty cool bonus.  This past week, via our facebook page, Racing Hearts shared a story about a runner (age 23 at the time) who... Read more....

Thank you; it's such a little word that really means a lot. I loved finding this quote by Maya Angelou 'When we give cheerfully and accept gratefully, everyone is blessed'.
There are so many people who have helped to make Racing Hearts a reality. Our journey to date has been swift and fast... Read more....

"Experience is a hard teacher because she gives the test first, the lesson afterwards." – Unknown  
So true for my story, never would I have said after experiencing 8 surgeries between 2002 and 2008 which culminated with my receiving 26 inappropriate shocks while fully awake, would I have... Read more....

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