The Quinn Driscoll Foundation is committed to raising community awareness of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) in young people. It is estimated that SCA takes the lives of thousands children annually and may be prevented through pro-active measures. Families should be aware of any symptoms, have an understanding of family health history and partake in routine cardiac screenings. Through organizing and promoting community events such as the Young Champions Heart Screening Clinics, health fairs, and providing resources for purchases of automated external defibrillators (AED's) we hope to prevent another tragic loss of life.
In partnership with Peace Health Southwest Medical Center Heart and Vascular Center we have established the "Young Champions Heart Screening Clinics" to provide low cost heart screenings to kids in the community. For more information on this program please click here.
The Quinn Driscoll Foundation can provide your organization with valuable information through speaking/event participation, awareness materials, fundraising support and other engagements. We are also available for any consultation you may need to assist with your own efforts to promote awareness surrounding sudden cardiac arrest in our youth. All inquiries can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about how your organization can benefit from a grant to purchase AED's, please click here.
Check back to this page to see our upcoming events and find out how you can get involved in making your community healthier and safer!
Young Champions Heart Screening Event - February 18th 2017
Located in Firstenburg Tower, Lobby Level) 400 NE Mother Joseph Place, Vancouver, WA