PulsePoint Foundation Contest Encourages Communities to Identify and Register AED’s (Salem, OR), Oct. 7, 2021 —This October, during Sudden Cardiac Arrest Awareness Month, the non-profit PulsePoint
Seconds can mean the difference between life and death.
The Salem Fire Foundation is seeking contributions to support initiatives to improve survival in the case of a sudden cardiac arrest.
Our Mission Statement
Improve the health and welfare of the greater Salem community by:
Offering CPR training and increasing public access to Automatic External Defibrillators (AEDs).
Linking trained and equipped public responders to people experiencing a cardiac emergency.
Providing essential equipment, education, and opportunities for community engagement.
Provide support to assist firefighters and their families.
Salem Fire Foundation Provides Online CPR Training Video to Salem/Keizer Students to Meet Graduation Requirements
Oregon is one of the thirty-eight states that require students to learn CPR before high school graduation. Since SB 79 bill was passed in 2015,