About Us

My name is Cassandra and I am the President of Save A Heart. 

I wanted to share a little bit about us..

Save A Heart is a family run business that started in 2019 with the hope to help other families prevent an unimaginable loss. 

The idea behind the creation of the Save a Heart pill fob resulted from a beloved uncle having a heart attack. During work one day, he began experiencing what he felt were symptoms of a heart attack, he drove himself to the emergency room. When he reached the hospital, he was immediately admitted but unfortunately before any treatment could begin, he tragically had a second, more severe heart attack and died. If our uncle could have had immediate access to Aspirin after experiencing the first signs of his heart attack, he may still be with us today.

Save A Heart was founded to improve the survival rates of heart attack victims and provide others with the ability to easily carry emergency Aspirin on their key chain. Having access to Aspirin, no matter where you are, can potentially save a life.

Heart attacks are on the rise at an alarming rate. While those aged 45+ are at an increased risk of having a cardiac event, there has been a dramatic increase of young individuals aged 20-44 falling victim to a heart attack. If an individual suspects the symptoms they are experiencing are those of heart attack they should chew and swallow Aspirin immediately. Doing so can buy some time and end up saving a life.

The problem lies in the fact that most people don't have access to Aspirin® when they critically need it. Having our Save a Heart pill fob on your keychain will help ensure that Aspirin® is at your fingertips should you or anyone else require its life saving qualities. Our product presents our customers with peace of mind that if the unimaginable should happen, they will be prepared.

Save A Heart is Saving Lives

Save a Heart is proud to report that our product has been instrumental in saving multiple lives. We are honored to have made such a positive impact and continue to strive towards improving survival rates for heart attack victims.