Healthy Human Supports the American Heart Association through Mother’s Day Campaign

Healthy Human is joining in the fight against heart disease and stroke alongside the American Heart Association (AHA), the world’s leading voluntary health organization devoted to fighting cardiovascular disease and stroke. Healthy Human and other companies across the country are participating in the American Heart Association’s fundraising campaign, Life Is Why We Give™.

In honor of Mother’s Day, Healthy Human is offering the perfect gift for moms while also giving back to the AHA. 50% of each Desert Lily Stein Water Bottle sold on the Healthy Human website from April 29th– May 10th will be donated to the American Heart Association. Customers can purchase the 21- or 31-ounce bottle.

To purchase a bottle, visit www.healthyhumanlife.com/aha. Customers also have an opportunity to make an online donation at checkout.Healthy Human Supports the American Heart Association through Mother’s Day Campaign

“Our mission is to improve the health of humans and of the planet,” said Healthy Human CEO Richard Stanton. “This Mother’s Day, we are working with the AHA to encourage women to take steps towards living a healthier life. We’re delighted to give back to the AHA’s mission and help save more lives in the community.”

The campaign also highlights the incredible story of Pauline and Hayley Meyer. In 2016, Pauline suffered cardiac arrest while in her sleep. Luckily, Pauline’s husband and daughter immediately started performing hands-only CPR before EMS arrived. With less than a 6% chance of survival, Pauline recovered and is using her remarkable story to encourage others to learn hands-only CPR.

Healthy Human Supports the American Heart Association through Mother’s Day Campaign

“We are honored to share our story and work with Healthy Human. We hope this campaign encourages women to take care of themselves and become the next link in the chain of survival. I wouldn’t be here if it weren’t for my daughter performing CPR. I truly believed I was saved for a purpose. I make every day count and live life to the fullest,” says Pauline.

As the leading source of non-government funded cardiovascular science, the AHA has invested more than $3.7 billion in scientific research and discovery since 1949. The organization trains approximately 2 million high school graduates in CPR every year and has reduced cardiovascular disease mortality by 70 percent since 1968.

In addition to contributing to save lives through Healthy Human, donations may be made directly to the Association at www.lifeiswhy.org/donate.To learn more about the Life Is Why We Give™ campaign and to find other participating companies, visit heart.org/lifeiswhywegive.

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