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Match Madness 2024
We have been invited to participate in 2024 Match Madness, a matching gift program sponsored by the Partnership for Better Health. Last year we raised over $70,000, allowing us to receive the largest portion of the match. With your help, we would like to repeat our success!
We are grateful for the generosity of The Partnership for Better Health, Josiah W. and Bessie H. Kline Foundation, WellSpan Health, M&T Bank, and Penn State Health and Highmark who have made the matching gift incentive of $150,000 possible. The Peyton Walker Foundation will receive a portion of that sum based on what we raise!
Please note – there are special donation requirements for this campaign.
For your gift to be counted and eligible for the match, all checks must be made payable to the Partnership for Better Health and mailed to the Partnership at 274 Wilson Street, Carlisle, PA 17013 between March 1-31. Mark Peyton Walker in the memo line. Checks received after March 31 will not be counted.
Your Donations Help Us Save Lives!
SUPPORT THE LIFESAVING WORK OF THE PEYTON WALKER FOUNDATION
The Peyton Walker Foundation thanks you for your tremendous support of our lifesaving work. We need your help to continue our mission to check more hearts, protect more hearts and save more lives in 2020 and beyond.
Here’s how your support will impact Central Pennsylvania:
- $1,500 will fund an AED package and training
- $750 will provide a CPR Certification Class
- $500 enables us to screen 20 teen hearts
- $100 enables us to screen 4 teen hearts
You may donate online or send a check to:
The Peyton Walker Foundation
2929 Gettysburg Road, Suite 8
Camp Hill, PA 17011
“In the years of raising funds for nonprofits, it is seldom one touches your heart as strongly as The Peyton Walker Foundation touched mine. My family and I highly recommend donating to this foundation to support their incredible work.”
– Jim Grandon
Children Referred to Physicians
Adults & Children Educated About Sudden Cardiac Arrest
Behind Our Story
Our mission is to increase awareness and survival rates for Sudden Cardiac Arrest.
Our Success Stories
”Wiz” is a 4 sport student-athlete. He plays soccer, basketball and track and is also a 2-time national speed skating champion. Wiz is the picture of health. He is strong and physically fit. Looking at Wiz – you can’t you tell that he has a serious heart condition.
Soccer player and all-around athlete, Sam, and 200 local students & athletes attended our very first free heart screening clinic in March 2015. Sam – and her family – thought everything was fine.
Thank You To Our Sponsors!