Giving Back

“I wish more people knew SCA affects roughly 16 people under the age of 18 every day”.

At AED Superstore, we are always looking for ways to help communities place more AEDs where they can do the most good.

AED Superstore was pleased to donate a ZOLL AED Plus unit…

A three-sport athlete most of his life, Michael had only had minor signs there may be a problem – shortness of breath on occasion, and some fatigue beyond what should have been the norm.

AED Superstore is always looking for ways to help place AEDs where they will be most beneficial to communities.

AED Superstore encourages all sports arenas, fields, and courts to have an AED

Purchasing an AED can be a bit of a financial challenge for some. The importance is understood, the need is there, but sometimes the money just is not. At AED Superstore, we are always looking for ways to help communities place more AEDs where they can do the most good. This is why we are offering a $2000 grant twice each year to those in need. The grant is designed to ensure the recipient has the funds to purchase any of the AEDs offered by AED Superstore, along with the supplies and accessories necessary to begin an AED program. We …

AED Superstore sponsors a bi-annual scholarship for students entering or currently enrolled in college. We ask these students to either write a short essay or produce a short video telling us which of the sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) facts we listed on our scholarship application page came as a surprise to them, or that they wish more people knew about. We received thousands of submissions over the course of the last two application periods, and realize we have a long way to go when it comes to educating the general public about AEDs, how they work, and the startling statistics …

Saving lives and protecting the public is the foundation of police work. One Northwoods police department will now have the means to do both more quickly.

Volunteers from AED Superstore and the Arbor Vitae Fire Department teamed up to teach kids fire safety and compression-only CPR.

Taking care of our local emergency response teams is important to everyone here at AED Superstore.

In February, two central Wisconsin fire departments, Wausau and Stevens Point, issued a friendly challenge to see which department could train the most participants in hands-only CPR

In April, we told you about Hunter Hayenga, the extraordinary young man from Windom, MN, who turned his challenge of giving up sports due to a diagnosis of CPVT…

Last December we blogged about a good cause which helps the American Heart Association raise awareness of heart disease and congenital heart defects in newborns. The “Little Hats, Big Hearts™” program…

In the spirit of the holiday season, AED Superstore owners, management, and employees decided to “pay it forward” and put together an in-house donation drive for a local domestic abuse shelter. The facility, Tri-County Council Lily’s House, is new to our area and is in need of anything and everything. We at AED Superstore are proud to give aid and support to worthy causes in our neighborhood and elsewhere. It is always a good time to help those in need, especially at this time of year!

Cher Will of Christiansted, St Croix, US Virgin Islands, has done it again. She has donated another AED to a deserving facility in St Croix. Cher Will is the project director of the AED Fund at St Croix Foundation. Cher started the fund back in 2008 after using her own personal AED to save a life, and learning the local fire station did not have one. The recipient of this AED is American Legion Post 85 in Christiansted. As Will stated in an article in The Avis, she had been purchasing all of the AEDs for St Croix from AED …