From: Olivia Daubin [olivia@sads.org]
Sent: Friday, February 27, 2009 10:26 AM
To: michelle@sads.org
Subject: Awareness Update
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2008 SADS Awareness Month
Alert the Media!

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508 E. South Temple, Suite 20
Salt Lake City, Utah 84102



The SADS Foundation needs your help!

We're still looking for volunteers in your area!  Help us share our SADS message with every state in the country! 

YES! I WANT TO HELP!

















Dear Alice,

Awareness Month is in full-swing but we still need your help to make it a success!  Last year we had volunteers in over 40 states and in Canada.  This year we want the news about SADS condtions to be spread in every state in the country!  In past enews letters we've shared ways to make your schools and communities safer for SADS kids, (i.e. Back-to-School Checklist, distributing SADS materials in your area, etc.)  But there are still other ways to get your communities involved and promote awareness.  The SADS Foundation wants to help you get started!
Alert the Media

When you tell your story to the media (radio, magazine, TV, newspaper, community newsletter, etc.), you are not only letting parents know the warning signs that may protect their children, but also physicians, nurses, teachers, etc. who see and treat children every day.

The SADS Foundation is asking you to contact your local media and tell your story.  If you have a story to share with your community and would like information on how to talk with the media, you can go to our website and request a media guide be sent directly to you. 

Don't forget! We want to hear your story here at the SADS Foundation too! It's your stories that motivate and inspire others- We can't do it without you!


New opportunity to spread awareness!

We are now part of the 2008 National Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) Charity List-CFC Charity #56112

This is a great opportunity to make federal workers aware of SADS warning signs and a chance for federal workers to donate directly to SADS through their workplace campaign.

Find out how you can help us educate federal employees about heart arrhythmias while raising money to save lives.  Contact Joanne Robinson or call 1-800-786-7723 for information.

There's still time this month to get the word out!  Let us know how we can help you get started! 

When we all work together, we will save lives!

Olivia Daubin
SADS Foundation
Forward to doctors and nurses in your area:  The SADS Foundation is working together with Project S.A.V.E. to educate primary care providers and to prevent pediatric sudden cardiac death.

You can view the newest webcast series presented by Robert Campbell, M.D. and provided by  Project S.A.V.E. and the Children's Healthcare of Atlanta at www.choa.org/scdwebcast
One hour of CME credit and one GNA contact hour is offered if both webcasts are viewed and the post test is taken.


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