Advocates for Injured Athletes Featured in The Wall Street Journal
A4IA was featured In a recent Wall Street Journal article focused on the growing recognition about the need to raise awareness among high school athletes regarding signs and symptoms of head and neck injuries.
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Trevor Brown Saves a Life
Just two weeks after completing A4IA's "Athletes Saving Athletes" program, Trevor Brown, a senior at Cathedral Catholic High School in San Diego, performed life-saving CPR. "It's not hard to help when you know what to do," says Trevor.
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|As she prepares to take the MCAT toward her goal of becoming a cardiac surgeon, A4IA Founding Ambassador Brittan Sutphin—a nationally ranked high school tennis player who survived a potentially fatal medical emergency during swim practice—has decided to celebrate her upcoming 21st birthday in a BIG WAY: By raising $10,000 for A4IA. We are proud to have Brittan as an original ASA Ambassador and grateful for her continued efforts to support the ASA program!
Donate to Brittan's 21st Birthday Fundraising Campaign*>
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*Free ASA t-shirt for donations ≥ $25
|Advocates for Injured Athletes gratefully acknowledges HD Supply, a corporate sponsor of our "Athletes Saving Athletes®" program. A4IA seeks additional corporate sponsors to help bring this life-saving skills program to student athletes nationwide. Contact us to learn how to be a sponsor and bring this program to YOUR school.|