Recognize stroke FAST
Stroke is a medical emergency. Knowing the signs and acting quickly could mean the difference between life and death, or between a full recovery and lasting disability. Now all you need to remember is FAST.
Find out what it means.
CP joins Foundation to advance cardiac research
Cardiac research in Canada received a major boost with the announcement
of a commitment by Canadian Pacific of $3 million over three years to fund
grants through the Foundation’s research program. Read more about this visionary partnership.
Take control of your blood
High blood pressure is the number one risk factor for stroke and a major risk
factor for heart disease. Reduce your risk with the free online Heart&Stroke Blood Pressure Action
Plan can. Try it today.
May is Leave a Legacy
What will your legacy be? By including the Foundation in your Will,
you’ll support life-saving heart disease and stroke research
– and give your family and friends a brighter future. Get your free guide today.
Are you or a loved one living with heart disease or stroke?
If you or someone you are caring for has experienced a stroke, heart disease or a heart attack, we want to hear from you! Please share your insights through our focus groups or online survey, Learn how to participate.
Eat healthier and support the
The Get Enough Helper App from Dairy Farmers
of Canada helps you make sure you’re meeting recommended servings
from Canada’s Food Guide. Plus, for each day you use the App, Dairy
Farmers of Canada will donate $1 to the Foundation. Get the App now.
Beauty from the Heart at
You’re invited! On Wednesday June 10, show your love for summer
beauty and join us for a night of charity shopping. 10% of beauty purchases
from the evening will be donated to the Heart and Stroke Foundation. See event details and RSVP.
Get heart healthy
Find topical info and lifestyle advice in Heart Health, a new e-magazine created by The Globe and Mail’s Custom Content Group in co-operation with The Heart and Stroke Foundation and Desjardins Insurance. Check it out.
Four cardiac arrests,
four lives saved in April
Our National AED program had big wins last month, with AEDs used to save the
lives of four people in two arenas within a three-week span. The program runs
until March 2016 so if your local arena or recreation centre has not yet
applied for a free AED, please urge them to do so
Recognize stroke FAST
Stroke is a medical emergency. Knowing the signs and acting quickly could mean the difference between life and death, or between a full recovery and lasting disability. Now all you need to remember is FAST. Find out what it means.
Working together for a healthier Canada
The Heart and Stroke Foundation is proud to be one of 16 national health charities that form Healthpartners. This unique partnership successfully mobilizes workplace giving directed at improving the health of all Canadians. Learn how you can help.