Our Mission

To ensure that every Michigan high school has at least one automated external defibrillator (AED) and staff members who are trained in CPR and the use of an AED.

To advocate cardiac screening and testing of all high school student athletes and regular CPR/AED practice drills for schools.
Helping to Make our Michigan Schools Heart-Safe

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In Loving Memory of Kimberly Anne Gillary ~ August 21, 1984 - April 3, 2000
100% of all donations are used
to purchase AEDs and training
for Michigan Schools.
The Kimberly Anne Gillary Foundation

The MI HEARTSafe School Award Program was created to support school communities’ efforts to prevent SCDY by screening athletes for inherited sudden cardiac arrest syndromes and increasing the awareness of how to recognize the signs of a sudden cardiac arrest and respond quickly.

Click here for more information on the MI HEARTSafe School Program or to apply for the 21-22 school year.  

MI HEARTSafe School Program Progress Report for 2020
Michigan High School Video Contest 2022
Create a video on the importance of being a MI HEARTSafe School for a chance to win $5,000 for your school!

Click on the Video Contest link on the left to see the official rules and how to enter.

Good luck and have fun!