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Become a Partner

The ACT High School CPR and AED Program is built on a community-based model of partnerships and support guided by the shared values of saving lives, creating healthy communities, and empowering youth. Community partners, governments, and corporations donate funds for CPR mannequins, AED training units, AEDs, teacher training, materials, and program set-up.

For partnership opportunities and to learn how your organization can promote health and wellness, empower youth to save lives, and support the health of Canadian communities, contact us.

Kiersten Combs, President, AstraZeneca Canada, with students

More than 4.8 million youth have been trained by their high school teachers in CPR to date


Your donation will go towards equipping schools with CPR mannequins, AED training units, and AED resources that are integral to the establishment of the ACT High School CPR and AED Program in your local high schools.

Your donation will make a difference for years to come as hundreds of students learn these lifesaving skills each year.


Volunteer Your Time

Are you interested in volunteering your time with the ACT Foundation? Are you a CPR and AED Instructor Trainer or Instructor? Donate your time to train high school teachers to be CPR and AED Instructors for their students. By training the teachers to teach CPR to their students, you are helping to create a generation of lifesavers.

To find out more about what is involved in becoming a CPR and AED Instructor Trainer for the ACT Program, or to learn more about other ways you can volunteer your time, contact us.

Volunteer your time

Learn CPR

If you are a member of the general public and are interested in learning how to save lives with CPR, you can contact the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada, St. John Ambulance, Canadian Red Cross, or your local CPR training agencies.