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CP Has Heart

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Through sponsorships like the CP Women’s Open​ and Spruce Meadows, we're able to shine a spotlight on local heart charities that make a big impact in their communities.

"CP is elated to be working with SickKids Foundation through the 2019 CP Women's Open," said CP's President and Chief Executive Officer, Keith Creel. "This is a natural partnership as CP is focused on giving back through our community investment program, CP Has Heart, and SickKids Foundation is focused on helping young hearts across Ontario – a province that has been integral to our network for more than 130 years."

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Since 2014, we’ve committed over $20.5 million to heart health through our CP Has Heart program.

CP Has Heart has donates $5,827,000 to Heart Research
CP Has Heart donates $480,000 for heart-saving equipment 
CP Has Heart donates $356,000 for Heart Prevention 
CP Has Heart donates $1,400,000 for cardiac care


Learn about the impact we've made​​​​ for Heart Health across North America​​​​​

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CP and Heart & Stroke are teaming up once again to save lives and improve the health of all people in Canada through the partnership renewal of $1.5 million for heart research over the next three years.

Learn more

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Once or twice a month, CP administrative clerk Joseph Adelfio makes a 150-mile journey to donate blood. 

We all want to make the world better for those around us, and this is Adelfio's way of doing it.


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We provide funding to organizations that aim to improve the heart health of people in communities all over North America.


 

Review our funding guidelines​ here​​

 Why research matters

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Why set our hearts on heart health?​​​

  • 1 in every 100 babies born in Canada each year has a congenital heart defect
  • 90 percent of Canadians have at least one risk factor
  • Heart disease and stroke take one life every seven minutes in Canada
  • Cardiovascular disease is the number one killer of women and men in the U.S.​
  • Heart dise​​​ase is preventable and manageable​​


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 Love your heart - tips for a healthy heart

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You can't control family history or genetics, but there are steps you can take to prevent heart disease.

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