Our Story

Our Story

The Peyton Walker Foundation was established in memory of 19 year old Peyton, whose young and vibrant life was stolen by Sudden Cardiac Arrest on November 2, 2013.  Motivation to establish the foundation came from the words that were emblazoned on the shirt Peyton was wearing on November 2nd:  “What we do for ourselves dies with us….What we do for others and the world remains and is immortal.” (Albert Pines)  Her shirt called her family to action…establishing the Foundation to save young lives so that other families would never know the heartache of losing a child without warning to Sudden Cardiac Arrest. 

We Provide!

The Foundation provides free heart screenings for students and athletes throughout our area.  Finding undiagnosed heart conditions is the key to saving lives.  Sadly, children do not receive a routine heart screening (EKG) as part of their normal physicals or sports physicals.
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​​The Foundation hosts several CPR & AED Certification training classes each year for community members.  Additionally, each student who attends our heart screenings learns how to perform CPR and how to use an AED.  Their family members observe the training and learn these important, potentially life-saving skills as well.

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