BUFFALO, NY (Newsource) — Damar Hamlin is teaming up with the American Heart Association on a new CPR initiative.
The Buffalo Bills safety announced the partnership in a video shared on social media Tuesday.
According to Hamlin, he and the AHA are launching the “Three for Heart CPR Challenge” which follow three steps.
One: participants must watch a video on the association’s website to learn hands-only CPR.
Two: they must make a donation to the AHA to fund CPR education and training.
And three: challenge three friends to do the same.
Hamlin launched the initiative by challenging Lebron James, Tom Brady and Michelle Obama.
He says the aim of the challenge is to increase CPR awareness and education.