General Videos (PSA/Essence Videos)

GENERAL PSA Videos

The American Heart Association® is a content-sensitive advertiser. Our public service announcements should not be downloaded or used by any media entity that is publicly positioned against any ethnic, religious or political group, includes adult sexual content or promotes the use of alcohol, tobacco or candy. Thank you for your cooperation.

To learn more about heart disease and conditions that can lead lead to heart disease, heart attack or stroke, please visit us at Heart.org.

GENERAL PSA VIDEOS AND ASSETS

Voices for Healthy Kids: PE (Physical Education)

Voices for Healthy Kids: PE (Keep Physical Education in Schools)

Voices for Healthy Kids is a joint initiative of the American Heart Association® and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation working to engage, organize and mobilize people to improve the health of their communities and to help all children grow up at a healthy weight. Our vision at Voices for Healthy Kids is to see every child with healthy foods and drinks at home and in school, safe streets for biking and walking, and places to play after school. We are working to ensure that the places where children live, learn, and play make it easy and enjoyable for them to eat healthy foods and be active.

ASSETS and ACCESS: For more information or questions on these videos, please contact our Communications Manager Suzette Harris or Media Advocacy Manager Shelly Hogan. Visit www.voicesforhealthykids.org, activate your supporters at www.preventobesity.net and stay in touch with us on Twitter @Voices4HK or @Prevent_Obesity!

Keep Physical Education in Schools
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Voices for Healthy Kids: PE (Keep Physical Education in Schools)

Voices for Healthy Kids is a joint initiative of the American Heart Association® and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation working to engage, organize and mobilize people to improve the health of their communities and to help all children grow up at a healthy weight. Our vision at Voices for Healthy Kids is to see every child with healthy foods and drinks at home and in school, safe streets for biking and walking, and places to play after school. We are working to ensure that the places where children live, learn, and play make it easy and enjoyable for them to eat healthy foods and be active.

ASSETS and ACCESS: For more information or questions on these videos, please contact our Communications Manager Suzette Harris or Media Advocacy Manager Shelly Hogan. Visit www.voicesforhealthykids.org, activate your supporters at www.preventobesity.net and stay in touch with us on Twitter @Voices4HK or @Prevent_Obesity!

Keep Physical Education in Schools
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Voices for Healthy Kids (News Content)   

Voices for Healthy Kids is a joint initiative of the American Heart Association® and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation working to engage, organize and mobilize people to improve the health of their communities and to help all children grow up at a healthy weight. Our vision at Voices for Healthy Kids is to see every child with healthy foods and drinks at home and in school, safe streets for biking and walking, and places to play after school. We are working to ensure that the places where children live, learn, and play make it easy and enjoyable for them to eat healthy foods and be active.

ASSETS and ACCESS: This set of news video content is available for news media outlets in a variety of formats in English and Spanish with unlimited usage i.e., to be used for news segments for public education. For more information or questions on these videos, please contact our Communications Manager Suzette Harris or Media Advocacy Manager Shelly Hogan. Visit www.voicesforhealthykids.org, activate your supporters at www.preventobesity.net and stay in touch with us on Twitter @Voices4HK or @Prevent_Obesity!

Look Both Ways™, educating the public on safe routes to school Unlock the Doors™, educating the public on public shared use agreements Streets Built to Share™, educating the public on complete streets
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Life is Why Family Health Challenge

September is National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month and to help raise awareness with families across the country, the American Heart Association® has brought back a fun and easy way to help you with the No. 1 health concern among parents - childhood obesity. Through the Life is Why Family Health Challenge™ families and kids will learn to take control of their health in four weeks by pursuing a different goal each week with activities that are fun, simple, won't break the bank and can be done as a family! The following videos can be used for broadcast, digital or social media placement with media partners for the event and there are various formats/times for you to access. For more information on this content please contact Alexandra Paterson or Suzette Harris.

Visit www.voicesforhealthykids.org and www.heart.org/healthierkids for more ways to make health a priority in your family and community!

Please note the videos have unlimited usage. 

 
Download Link "Training Champions" 15s 30s, 60s, Vine and Instagram Videos
Download Link Spanish"Es Por La Vida Family Health Challenge: Colorea tu PlatoTraining" 30s Video


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The American Heart Association launched two new kid’s health videos that were developed to encourage parents, and caregivers, to help make heart-healthy choices for the children in their lives, starting at an early age. Visit our Healthier Kids site today to watch and take a minute to share them with your friends and family through your social media accounts. Together we can help inspire our kids today to be healthy grownups tomorrow.

For more information about “Healthier Kids,” please visit www.heart.org/healthierkids or contact Alexandra Paterson or Kailey Shatzer, in the Communications Department.




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The American Heart Association® has launched three new PSAs, National Walking Day, Heart-Walk and Heart-Walk taggable version.

Unlimited usage on National Walking Day, Heart-Walk and Heart-Walk taggable PSAs.



Download Heart-Walk Non-Photo Banner 728x90
Download Heart-Walk Banner 300x250 Banner
Download Heart-Walk Banner 300x250 v3 Banner


Hands-Only™ CPR Video Assets

Hands-Only™ CPR is CPR without mouth-to-mouth breaths. The Hands-Only™ CPR videos demonstrate the importance of learning Hands-Only™ CPR. Hands-Only™ CPR can save lives. 

The American Heart Association® created these awareness-building PSAs to encourage people to visit www.heart.org/handsonlycpr and to watch the Hands-Only™ CPR instructional video to learn the easy steps to save a life with Hands-Only™ CPR. 

To learn more about Hands-Only™ CPR, please visit us at www.heart.org/CPR.


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This 30-second PSA shows the dangers of not calling an ambulance if you think that you may be having a heart attack. Don’t wait to see if the pain goes away, call for help. Download broadcast quality versions in both English and Spanish.

For more information, please visit us at heart.org.
     

 

 

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The flash campaign is all about motivating people to take simple steps to live heart healthy, including eating better and getting active.

For additional information, please visit us at MyLifeCheck.heart.org.
 

 

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Using flash banners, this campaign is all about reminding people to look for the heart check mark while grocery shopping, to ensure that they’re choosing more heart-healthy foods.

The downloadable package includes banner ad, Feb 2014 PDN Ad, and a Heart-Check Mark :15-sec video spot.

For additional information, please visit us at heart.org.
 

 

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Would you take better care of your heart if it were on the outside? This flash campaign reminds Americans that it’s truly what’s on the inside that counts!


 

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Using flash banners, this approach used funny scenarios where people were not as good at something as they thought they were. Well, their heart may not be as healthy as they think it is either.


 

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We all know it is important to take care of your heart, not only for yourself but for the ones you love. This flash banner campaign has two executions which bring this message to life through the My Heart. My Life. platform. The campaign drives users to the National American Heart Association’s Facebook tab where they can share their own reasons why they are taking better care of their heart.

To access the My Reason Facebook tab and place on your own Facebook page, please contact Patricia Salazar-Mitchell, patricia.salazar-mitchell@heart.org.
 


 

The American Heart Association® is a content-sensitive advertiser. Our public service announcements should not be downloaded or used by any media entity that is publicly positioned against any ethnic, religious or political group, includes adult sexual content or promotes the use of alcohol, tobacco or candy. Thank you for your cooperation.