Hearts Beat With Hope is a non-profit organization based out of Granville, Ohio
that is dedicated to protecting the lives of those affected by sudden cardiac arrhythmias.
Our goals are to equip communities with the essential tools necessary to initiate CPR
in a life-threatening situation, to facilitate prevention programs, to provide educational resources and to encourage CPR/AED training.
We aim to support and connect with those families affected by cardiac conditions.
FREE CPR/AED Training
Recent Bills Passed
The American Heart Association
Heart Saver Course includes:
Adult, Child & Infant training.
to be notified of upcoming courses.
Effective September 14, 2016 Ohio House Bill 113• now requires high school students to have training not only in CPR but also in using an AED prior to graduation.
In 2017 Senate Bill 252- Lindsay's Law was passed, and will require training to coaches, parents and athletes to recognize the warning signs of sudden cardiac arrest.
Hearts Beat With Hope
2019 Fundraising Event!
On behalf of Hearts Beat With Hope we would like to thank everyone who came out to join us for our 2019 fundraising event!
We would like to express our sincere gratitude to the following speakers who shared not only their knowledge about sudden cardiac emergencies but also inspired us with their personal stories.
Cardiac Science Representative
Lisa and Jim Knox
Thomas James Knox Memorial Scholarship Endowment Fund
Dr. Naomi Kertesz
Director of Electrophysiology, Nationwide Children's Hospital
As a result of your generous donations Hearts Beat With Hope raised over $40,000!
With the funds raised we will continue our mission by donating Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) to local schools and businesses and provide FREE CPR/ AED training in our communities.