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American Heart Association Seattle Volunteer Orientation

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Transcript of American Heart Association Seattle Volunteer Orientation

AHA Mission
Facts and Figures
Volunteer Seattle
Seattle AHA!

Office – 206.336-7200
Friday is wear jeans day unless otherwise told
Office doors lock at 4:55pm.
Bathroom codes are posted at the front desk
Mondays and after a holiday the office is always cold
Dial 9 to get an outside line

Building – 710 2nd Ave Suite 900 Seattle, WA 98104
Elevators are unlocked from 8am – 5pm.
Fire drill instructions are at the front desk under the sign in sheet
2 entrances: 2nd Ave & 3rd Ave
Mail – there are 2 mail chutes on our floor and the mailroom is on the 3rd floor. Also, you can put all your outgoing mail in the mailroom by the label machine – mail goes out at 4:15pm
15th Floor Locker Room (need to request it get put on your key card if interested)
Office/ Dexter Horton Building Facts
Our mission is "to build healithier lives free of cardiovascular disease and stroke."

That single purpose drives all we do. The need for our work is beyond question.
Western States Affiliate
710 Second Ave, Suite 900
Seattle, WA 98104
206.632.6881 Main
800.562.6718 Toll Free
206.632.8478 Fax
Contact Information
Seattle AHA Homepage
Thank you for supporting the American Heart Association!

Currently we face the following statistics:
• cardiovascular diseases are the number one killer of Americans
• nearly 1 in 3 American children and teens are overweight or obese
• less than 1% of Americans are in “ideal” cardiovascular health

The mission of the American Heart Association aims to combat these staggering statistics and build a healthier future powered by volunteers like you. You will work with AHA team members to facilitate programs designed to reach our 2020 impact goal. These programs focus on objectives that range from improving community health to delivering emotional support to patients and their families.

This welcome presentation provides information and resources you will need as an AHA volunteer. Click through to learn more about our mission, heart disease and stroke, and the many ways you can use your time and talents as a Seattle AHA volunteer.

Thank you and welcome!
Volunteer Training Modules
Please click the link below to access
volunteer orientation information and training module videos
What YOU can do!
Like us on Facebook
Connect with us on Twitter
Register for advocacy alerts

September 23, 2017 — Spokane Heart Walk
September 30, 2017 — Puget Sound Heart and Stroke Walk
October 14, 2017 — Seattle Heart Walk
February 2018 — Heart Awareness month
May 2018 — Stroke Awareness month

Calendar of Events
From I5 North
Exit 164A from Dearborn
St toward James St/Madison St
Follow signs for Convention Pl
Merge onto 7th
Left on Madison St
Left onto 2nd Ave
From I5 South
Exit 165A towards James Street
Merge onto 6th Ave
Right onto Columbia St
Left onto 2nd Ave
By Bus
Plan your trip on:
Nearby Parking
Cherry Street between 2nd Ave & 3rd Ave
Columbia Street between 1st Ave & 2nd Ave
Once again, for supporting the American Heart Association and
for your commitment to building healthier lives, free of cardiovascular disease and stroke.
thank you
thank you
At the Heart of What We Do
We are dedicated to saving lives in Washington by finding ways to advance prevention, detection, and treatment of cardiovascular disease.
• We fund the most promising cardiovascular research in our state;
• We support public health policy in line with our mission;

• We set guidelines for medical treatment to improve the quality of patient care and reduce health disparities;
• We empower the public with the latest scientifically-proven information concerning heart disease and stroke
In essence, we are an advocate for your health
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