A Committee of the REALTOR® Alliance of Greater Cincinnati

Making Greater Cincinnati more heart-safe through CPR/AED training, AED placement, and advocacy

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People more heart-safe

& Partnered with Christ Hospital’s Heart ReStart

Why is this important?

  • One person can save a life.
  • Cardiac arrest can strike anyone at any time.
  • Approximately 300,000+ people die from cardiac arrest every year. That is more deaths than cancer, house fires, and car accidents combined.

Our Mission

  • To make the public aware of the importance of CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) and AED (Automated External Defibrillator) Training in saving the lives of more Sudden Cardiac Arrest victims by giving immediate bystander CPR/AED help.
  • To make the public aware that just one person can make a difference and save a life by immediately calling 911, starting CPR and using an AED (ideally, all within 3-5 minutes of collapse).
  • To strive to have AEDs become as common as fire extinguishers, to register all public AEDs, and to encourage AED Link mapping for 911 systems.
  • To get as many people trained as possible in CPR & AED use.

Locations of Donated AEDs

Anderson Township Police Department

Art Academy of Cincinnati

Camp Allyn

Carol Ann's Carousel

Cincinnati Fountain Square

Findlay Market

Gorman Heritage Farm

International Friendship Park

Keehner Park

Krohn Conservatory

McDonald Commons

Moeller High School

Montgomery Annex Building

Oak Hills Swim Club

Presbyterian North Church

Saint Ursula Academy

Sawyer Point Pickle Ball Court

The Aronoff Center for the Arts

The Cincinnati Nature Center

Turner Farm (2 AEDs)

Swaim Park

Washington Park

Ziegler Park

Withrow University High School