Thanks to all that came out to the
6th Never Forgotten Game
We cannot express our gratitude to Hope College and to both the Saugatuck and Fennville communities. With the money raised from the night, the Wes Leonard Heart Team will be donating another 9 AEDs. Our mission to help prepare schools for cardiac emergencies is only accomplished through a TEAM effort!
THANKS for your continued SUPPORT!!!
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Thanks to Back to Health Chiropractic
We were so lucky to be selected as their charity of the year in 2016! Over the course of 12 months, Back to Health Chiropractic, their employees, and patients donated just over $32,000 to the Wes Leonard Heart Team. These donations helped the WLHT donated an extra 22 AED’s this year to schools around Michigan. If you have a chiropractic need, please visit or give them a call.
The Wes Leonard Heart Team thanks you from the bottom of our hearts, for preparing schools around Michigan for cardiac emergencies.
This site and our mission are dedicated to Wes (1994-2011)
Wes had a love for life and for the “game” that was infectious. His enthusiasm was inspiring. He was truly happy playing any sport he could. He was often heard asking his mom for a little more time to play “Just One More Game”. Wes was taken from us far too early. While we don’t believe that this was his destiny, we will make sure his legacy will be carried on for many years to come. We are going to work with the same enthusiasm, drive and love he had every day to honor him and other children lost to SCA providing others a chance at “Just One More Game.”
It was signed into law on Dec. 28 and will take effect at the beginning of the 2017-2018 school year. This bill would add CPR instruction and AED training to the existing health education content standards for schools in Michigan.
Wes Leonard Highlight Reel
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ESPN Outside The Lines Story
ESPN takes an exclusive look at how the Fennville, Mich., community mourned the loss of 16-year-old Wes Leonard while paying tribute to him on the court. Check out the episode which aired May 15th, 2011. Thanks to Scott Harvis and ESPN.Learn More About Wes The Heart Foundation Our Facebook Page Make a Donation