A message from Holly Morrell, Executive Director, Heartfelt Cardiac Projects
On July 14, 2012, I survived emergency open-heart surgery by only 90 seconds. I believe my life was spared in order for me to continue my life’s work — saving others from Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA).
SCA kills a high-school athlete every three days and 450,000 people each year. It is the number-one killer of women and the number-one killer in the U.S. I am living with a heart disease that has killed six members of my family.
Through my nonprofit organization, PHFE Heartfelt Cardiac Projects, I have spent the past 14 years providing community cardiac screenings for early detection of heart disease and other cardiac conditions that can lead to sudden death. I have provided comprehensive cardiac evaluation to over 30,000 people across the United States, free of charge or at just a fraction of what it would cost them any other way. It has been both a privilege and an indescribable blessing to have had the opportunity to save and/or protect the lives of hundreds of people, who would not have access to or money for these screenings.
I cannot do this alone. I need your help!
I must raise funds for PHFE Heartfelt Cardiac Projects to continue the service of this life-saving organization.
by making a tax-deductible donation
so I can continue to screen more people and save more lives.
Thank you . . . from the bottom of my heart.
Please take five minutes to view this video
profiling four young kids recently saved by Heartfelt screenings
and to learn more about my personal story.
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