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GREAT NEWS: on May 4th, our legislation to increase access, availability, and use of automated external defibrillators by Good Samaritans in emergency situations was signed into law by New Jersey Governor Chris Christie!

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  Win an AED! Register for 8th Annual Walk with Heart
Join us for our 8th annual Walk with Heart for a fun leisure walk, food & refreshments, and a raffle! Register today for a chance to win an AED!
by Elizabeth

  Fall 2013
Our Fall 2013 Newsletter has arrived! Learn all about the Foundation's accomplishments over the last year and get updates on what's next. Issue highlights include: coverage of the annual Walk with Heart, special awards recognizing the work the Foundation and individual volunteers, important information about Janet's Law, and more.

  Pingry School Walk with Heart - Big Success Despite Rain
On May 19th, though the day was a bit wet, more than 300 friends and family participated in the 7th annual WALK WITH HEART. Over $55,000.00 was raised to support our mission to prevent sudden cardiac death. It was a wonderful celebration of John's life and we are so thankful for all the love, generosity and support shown to us and the Foundation.
by JTB Foundation

  Good Samaritan Bill Signed into Law
On Thursday May 3, 2012 the Good Samaritan Bill was signed into law by Governor Chris Christie. The Good Samaritan Law protects an uncertified person who uses an AED (automated external defibrillator) in an attempt to save a life from civil liability if they unintentionally cause injury. The signing of the bill took place a little more than two months after the bill was passed by the State Senates and Assembly.


by Elizabeth Entwistle


JTB Foundation

JOHN TAYLOR BABBITT FOUNDATION is a nonprofit 501© -3 organization founded in John’s memory and dedicated to preventing sudden cardiac death.

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