The Annual DomHeart21 Classic is more than a game. Each year hundreds of student athletes come together ‘Ballin’ to Protect Young Hearts’. Started in 2011, the competition brings attention to SCA, the #1 killer among student athletes in the United States. The basketball program is designed to promote CPR/AED and SCA education, awareness and sports safety. All participants in the program from the referees, coaches, players, volunteer staff to the spectators are trained in CPR/AED life saving skills. The Foundation donates an AED to the championship teams to carry with them at all sports practices, games, travel and events.
HeartSaver CPR/AED Training
American Heart Association HeartSaver CPR/AED training classes are taught by our cadre of certified CPR/AED instructors. Learn CPR/AED and basic life saving skills. See our Events section for class schedule information or Contact Us to schedule a class.
AED Grants are awarded to not-for-profit organizations and schools that meet the set criteria. For information on AED Grants email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Dominic A. Murray Scholarship was created to educate and raise awareness on the impact of sudden cardiac arrest in youth and the importance of CPR/AED training. The scholarship is awarded to student-athletes who exemplify the same characteristics that Dominic Murray showed as a student, an athlete and a compassionate individual. The Foundation established the $2,100 scholarships at Dominic’s alma mater Monsignor McClancy Memorial HS and SUNY Farmingdale.
Heart Screen New York is a FREE program provided to youth and young adults, age 12 to 25 by a partnership of the Dominic A. Murray 21 Memorial Foundation and the Louis J. Acompora Memorial Foundation started in 2011. The goal of this collaborative effort is to increase awareness about sudden cardiac arrest in youth and the importance of cardiac screenings and early detection. The screen consists of a Heart Health Survey investigating signs and symptoms and family history of cardiac conditions, blood pressure and physical examination, ECG and echocardiogram. All results are reviewed by cardiologists and physicians experienced in cardiac screening. In conjunction with the screening all students are taught Hands Only CPR and AED use.
Anyone Can Save A Life Program developed by the Minnesota High School Athletic Association to enhance emergency Action Planning for After School Events was brought to New York City and Long Island Schools by a partnership of the Dominic A. Murray 21 Memorial Foundation and the Louis J. Acompora Memorial Foundation in 2012 to train student athletes Hands Only CPR and AED. Participating schools receive CPR/AED training equipment to sustain the program. For information visit www.anyonecansavealife.org.