Midland, MI – June 2019 – The Greater Michigan Construction Academy (GMCA) has been selected to receive an automated external defibrillator (AED) through proceeds raised from the Pulse3 Foundation’s Shocks and Saves fundraiser, a partnership with Mobile Medical Response (MMR) and the Saginaw Spirit. Also, thanks to the generosity of MMR, they are paying for two GMCA employees to attend a CPR/AED training class in August.
“I have sat on the Pulse3 Foundation’s Run For Your Heart Committee for several years and know how critical it is to have an AED nearby, which is why I felt it was important to apply. I am so grateful GMCA was awarded this device as I have heard many stories on how it has literally saved lives,” said Cathy Geiger, Director of Fund Development. “To everyone that raises funds at Shocks and Saves, including MMR and the Saginaw Spirit, the selection committee and to Mark and Brenae, thank you! Our staff appreciates all you do in the region.” Again, GMCA is very thankful to be awarded this equipment and training for the safety of its students and staff!