Hearts Clubs are intended to empower at-risk youth by giving them the tools to teach life-saving skills to their fellow students and members of their communities.
Club member learn the basics of first aid and work together towards a school- or community-wide CPR Day, in which they teach their peers the life-saving skills which they have learned.
We have created a fully digital study package that enables club members to learn and practice together, with the support of their own teachers, and without the need for a previously qualified CPR instructor.
Pilot Clubs have been opened at LWS High School and the High School Affiliated with Fudan University, Shanghai, China, and at Bialik-Rogozin High School, Tel Aviv, Israel.
In the future, we plan to add more options for club activities, such as awareness events for health-related issues that are relevant to each club’s community.
Interested? Contact us about setting up a Hearts Club in your area.
Please note, we don’t currently offer any accredited qualifications. We do offer a chance to make a difference in your community.