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Protecting Children and Youth from Sudden Cardiac Arrest

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Education of the Public

The Matthew Krug Foundation participates in many health and safety related events through out the State of Delaware and surrounding areas.   The Foundation also speaks to organizations such as Rotary Clubs, College, High School, and Middle School health classes, nurses associations, etc.  

To achieve our goal of educating the public and medical community about SCA and HCM, The Matthew Krug Foundation will constantly look for opportunities to network with other organizations that have similar goals. To date, we have formed affiliations with the Parent Heart Watch (our primary national organization), the New Castle County Chapter of Safe Kids (R) Coalition, the Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Association (HCMA), the Sudden Cardiac Arrest Association (SCAA), and Heart in the Game.  In addition, we have developed networking relationships with several other organizations.  Click on the Resources tab on the navigator bar, then the Useful Links tab to review several of these organizations.

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Presentations to the Public


Over the past several years, the News Media has recognized the misison and efforts of the Matthew Krug Foundation.   Use the link above to review the news media coverage of the Matthew Krug Foundation.

The Matthew Krug Foundation will use every means and type of media to educate the public about SCA and HCM.   Presently, we educate by way of this web site, by an  "e-newsletter", through Facebook, the social medium, by networking with other heart disease related organizations, and by making presentations to individual groups and at public events such as health fairs.  Additionally, The Foundation has been featured in several newspaper articles and has appeared on television shows such as Comcast Newsmakers.