Make a gift of securities
Did you know that donating securities is a tax-effective way to support life-saving research? Learn how your gift of stock could help the Foundation improve the health of every Canadian family, every day.
Recognize stroke FAST
Stroke is a medical emergency. Knowing the signs and acting quickly could mean the difference between life and death, or between a full recovery and lasting disability. Now all you need to remember is FAST. Find out what it means.
Help protect kids from unhealthy marketing messages
Marketing junk food and sugary drinks to kids with slick ads isn’t just sneaky - it’s making children sick. The Heart and Stroke Foundation is asking the government to restrict the commercial marketing of all foods and beverages to children. Add your voice to the cause.
A great gift idea that supports the Foundation
From now until Dec. 30, TELUS will donate $30 to the Heart and Stroke Foundation for every fitness tracker purchased online at TELUS. Click here to purchase your fitness tracker today.
The Heart and Stroke Foundation welcomes a new partner
RxHelp ONE™ is FREE, and gives you access to brand name drugs including cardiovascular medications for high cholesterol, hypertension, and heart disease, at little or no cost versus the generic alternative. Learn more at RxHelpONE.ca/Heart. A portion of the proceeds goes to the Heart and Stroke Foundation.
New book chronicles a second chance at life
"Mr. Campkin, you are going to require triple bypass heart surgery." The cardiologist’s words terrified Brian Campkin, but they also triggered his determination. From that moment, the 46-year-old father knew that if he wanted to see his three teenage daughters grow up, he would have to make a lot of changes. In an inspiring new memoir, Campkin tells how he did just that. Read more.
Thank you Shift Law
The Heart and Stroke Foundation thanks Shift Law for providing strategic advice, practical solutions and representation relating to trademarks, copyright and related litigation. As a valued partner, Shift Law has helped the Foundation create more survivors.
Do you have atrial fibrillation?
Nearly 350,000 Canadians have atrial fibrillation (Afib). If you’re one of them, Afib increases your risk of stroke by three to five times. Protect yourself - learn how to Be Pulse Aware. This program is sponsored by Bristol-Myers Squibb Pfizer and Boehringer Ingelheim.
Does your community need a life-saving AED?
Hockey rinks and recreational facilities across Canada will become safer places thanks to a joint program of the federal government and the Heart and Stroke Foundation that will place 2,000 life-saving automated external defibrillators (AEDs) across Canada. Applications are now open. Learn how to apply.
Canada’s new anti-spam legislation: What it means
Canada’s anti-spam legislation (CASL) came into effect on July 1, 2014. Are you wondering how this affects how the Heart and Stroke Foundation will keep in touch with you? Please read more.
Working together for a healthier Canada
The Heart and Stroke Foundation is proud to be one of 16 national health charities that form Healthpartners. This unique partnership successfully mobilizes workplace giving directed at improving the health of all Canadians. Learn how you can help.