Police1 January, 2023 Officer Brandon Griffith founded “Griffith Blue Heart” to help police have the capability to administer lifesaving techniques before firefighters or EMTs arrive
FOX News By: Stephanie Bennett January 4th, 2023 Arizona first responder brought back to life with an AED talks the importance of access to devices
Health First Foundation Northern Arizona December, 2022 Article by Arizona Health First Foundation of Northern Arizona about Griffith Blue Heart Nonprofit’s law enforcement high-performance resuscitation training for Flagstaff Police Department.
Arizona Daily Sun by: Abigail Kessler July 1st, 2022 Article by Arizona Daily Sun on Flagstaff PD’s implementation of Griffith Blue Heart Nonprofit’s high-performance resuscitation program thanks to a very generous grant award from the Arizona Health First Foundation of Northern Arizona.
Officer Brandon Griffith explains the importance of law enforcement response to sudden cardiac arrest.
Article on Red Rock News by: Ron Eland Article by Red Rock News on collaborative AED donation by Griffith Blue Heart Nonprofit and Arizona Community Foundation of Sedona.
The Citizen CPR Foundation’s 40 Under 40 Committee released a PSA on Oct. 16 to coincide with World Restart a Heat Day
The Citizen CPR Foundation’s 40 Under 40 Committee have combined talents and resources to produce a video featuring sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) survivors under 40 years of age.
Brandon was honored as one of Phoenix Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 awardees.
Led by Brandon Griffith Citizen CPR Foundation invites sudden cardiac arrest survivors under 40 to appear in PSA.