American Health Care Academy Volunteers Participate in Dallas Partnership Walk to Take a Step in Ending Global Poverty

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American Health Care Academy took part in the Aga Khan Foundation's Dallas Partnership Walk. More than 4,500 participants attended to walk three kilometers to support the annually held event that raises awareness and funds to alleviate global poverty.

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American Health Care Academy partnered with and actively took part in this year's Dallas Partnership Walk, an initiative of Aga Khan Foundation U.S.A., held at the Dallas City Hall Plaza. More than 4,500 participants attended to walk three kilometers to support the annually held event that raises awareness and funds to alleviate global poverty.

American Health Care Academy volunteers were amongst the scores of teams from corporations, universities, schools and other community organizations. Academy youth volunteers helped in the Village in Action, where participants have an opportunity to engage in activities and learn how people in developing countries create solutions to overcome challenges of low income, poor health conditions and limited educational opportunities.

Through volunteerism and sponsorship American Health Care Academy supports the 2008 theme for the Walk, "Planting Our Future." As the Foundation embraces the principle of helping people to help themselves, American Health Care Academy strengthens its commitment to reach out to train and certify as many as possible in CPR and First Aid.

American Health Care Academy offers nationally certified and easy to understand online CPR certification and First Aid training. Individuals, families, or groups who are looking to earn CPR certification and/or First Aid certification can enjoy the online CPR courses' flexibility in their homes. The CPR training material also includes video demonstrations, which provides for a more engaging CPR curriculum. Prepared by authorized instructors, the videos will enable people to practice while watching. Students can learn CPR at their own pace and take the post-quiz when fully prepared. American Health Care Academy at efficiently certifies individuals by providing an immediate, printable wallet CPR certification card and sends a wallet card via mail the next business day.

Partnership Walk, now in its 14th year in the U.S., is a PartnershipsInAction initiative giving individuals the opportunity to actively take part in advancing human dignity and peace around the globe through volunteerism, awareness-raising and contributions. PartnershipsInAction represent Aga Foundation U.S.A.'s (AKF USA) growing portfolio of programs. Since 1995, PartnershipsInAction events have attracted over 250,000 participants and raised over $29 million nationwide. One-hundred percent of funds raised at Partnership Walk go directly to the projects supported by the Foundation; not a cent is spent on administrative costs. AKF USA is part of the Aga Khan Development Network, a private, non-profit organization. Please visit http://www.PartnershipsInAction.org/walk/ for more details.

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Danielle Fasse, Media Relations
American Health Care Academy
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Irving, Texas 75015

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