hidden Bronx high school trains the next generation of CPR heroes thank to American Heart Association gift

Bronx high school trains the next generation of CPR heroes thank to American Heart Association gift

As a physical education teacher at Crotona International High School in the Bronx, Milagros Figueroa’s lessons often echo the principles of the American Heart Association, educating young people on how to create healthy habits that will propel them into a lifetime of excellent heart health. On Tuesday, December 6, 2022, Ms. Figueroa’s class learned another

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Farmstand Aims to Make the Bronx the Healthy Destination in NYC

Monica Tomlinson Francois, 66, a Bronx native, is a regular at the Morris Heights Farmstand at the northeast corner of University Avenue and Burnside Avenue. She visits the market every Wednesday with her daughter to purchase fresh produce. Broccoli, beets and cauliflower are their favorites. On Wednesday, October 12, Tomlinson Francois’ visit to the market

hidden CPR Heroes: Engel Family Shares CPR Story on FOX 5 NY

CPR Heroes: Engel Family Shares CPR Story on FOX 5 NY

In April 2022, Robert Engel collapsed in the driveway of his Long Island home. His youngest daughter, Madison, saw him fall and immediately took action. She called 9-1-1 and began performing Hands-only CPR, ultimately saving his life. They told their story on October 14, 2022 on FOX 5 Good Day New York:

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NYC Board of Directors

The work of the American Heart Association New York City is made possible thanks in large part to our volunteer leaders. Thank you to our NYC Board of Directors and Campaign Leadership.   To learn more about the mission of the American Heart Association and to request information about joining the fight against cardiovascular disease

hidden New gifts empower $32 million total investment in sustainable health equity solutions

New gifts empower $32 million total investment in sustainable health equity solutions

American Heart Association’s Social Impact Funds aim to improve health disparities in under-resourced communities Where you live should not determine how long you live, yet research indicates that Americans continue to suffer and die needlessly . The American Heart Association and like-minded donors are taking bold actions to combat barriers preventing access to equitable health