Fundraising FOR LIFE!
Inspiring the courage to care and the heart to give. Through online CPR fundraising, we help you raise money for good causes, while filling communities with the heart to care for others in need.
How do we do it?
Participants will learn skills to properly perform CPR for adults, children, and infants. Training modules include CPR, Rescue Breathing, Conscious Choking, Unconscious Choking, Hands-Only CPR, Caring for Shock, Strokes, and opioid overdoses.
$20 / year
Participants will learn skills to properly perform CPR for adults, children, and infants. Training modules include CPR, Rescue Breathing, Conscious Choking, Unconscious Choking, Hands-Only CPR, and opioid overdoses.
$20 / year
Participants will learn CPR for adults and children. Training includes recognizing and responding to emergencies, rescue breathing, conscious choking, CPR, hands-only CPR, unconscious choking, and opioid overdoses.
$20 / year
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“This was BY FAR the easiest fundraiser we've ever done. The classes were well received by everyone. Player parents were grateful that the program removed so much of the burden they had to help raise money for the team. We will continue to use cpr fundraising in the future.”
“Yay, yay, yay! That's all we can say about Cpr fundraising! The children were excited to be able to do a fundraiser that would help put some good back into the world. It was so simple that our Fundraiser Success Manager, Zach, really was fun to work with. Thank you Cpr fundraising!”
“It's always so hard getting our volunteers motivated to help us raise some money. CPR fundraising was just great. It was super simple to start, promote, and manage this fundraiser. The best part was that we weren't trying to pull off car washes or selling candles or candy or popcorn. This was cool because the benefits went beyond our group. Awesome!”
Nope. From 1 to 1,000,000, it's completely under your control.
Nope. Your fundraiser can be set-up, started, and run without any credit cards, deposits, or pre-payments.
You tell us how long you would like your fundraiser to run. At the conclusion of your campaign, we process an online payment to a pre-designated PayPal account. You receive your funds immediately.
All certifications are valid for one-year from the date the training has been concluded.
Certificates of completion are available to participants immediately upon completion of their training. Participants can download, save, and print their certificates on the spot whether they're using a smartphone, tablet, or computer.
An upgrade to a training course is available for participants to receive a wallet-sized card. Since our instructors must physically complete and sign each card, there is a minor cost to receive a card via the U.S. Mail. Participants can select the fundraiser course that includes the wallet card upgrade. Cards are generally received in roughly seven-days from the completion of their course.
Each participant has access to their online account for a full year. Within their account, participants can re-print certificates, review past training and expiration dates, review receipts, and update their payment and account information.
It's really up to you. Set it for one-week or make it an evergreen, (Continuously running) campaign, it's completely up to you. This is something your fundraiser success manager with work with you to define.
CPR Fundraising is currently splitting revenue 50/50 with our fundraising partners.
What materials do we receive to run our fundraiser?
A few of the many reasons to choose CPR Fundraising
Low training costs drive increased campaign proceeds
Fundraising participants enjoy unlimited access to their training accounts for a full year
Online training increases the reach of your fundraiser worldwide!
There's never anything to pick-up, handout or deliver!
Tracking codes ensure your campaign receives full credit for every registration
Certificates of completion are available for download at the conclusion of training
Courses can be stopped, started and resumed as schedules permit, right where they left off
Training is compliant with the 2020 Emergency Cardiac Care Guidelines
There's no frustration associated with coordinating volunteers
COMING SOON! Free training for children between 10 -17. Wilderness and Remote Advanced First Aid training and Pet First Aid!
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This is Bystander CPR in action...
In addition to receiving access to online training for the duration of their certification period, participants receive one-minute skills refresher videos delivered straight to their inboxes throughout the year. These videos are designed and produced to serve as a support to the participant's memory, ensuring they maintain a strong recollection as to how to help in a medical emergency. With a link back to the relevant section in the course included in each video, participants can return anytime to brush-up as needed.
In addition to 365 days of unlimited course access to maintain skills, CPR Fundraising also provides participants with the ability to save money on future training re-certifications. We believe so strongly in the power of CPR training that we're willing to deliver it to our participants at a substantial saving. This helps ensure we can train as many first responders as possible. The more folks that receive training means the more first responders available to step-in during a medical emergency. Discounts also apply to our emergency product offerings as well.
CPR Fundraising participants receive free emergency skill sheets that can be printed and posted on refrigerators, in common workplace areas such as bulletin boards or in a wallet or purse. This ensures that you always have access to the emergency skills sheets as a quick reference. Our corporate participants provide these materials to their employees and deliver short training programs, based on our refresher videos, through their facility safety and health committees.
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