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About 5.7 million adults in the United States have heart failure*

About 5.7 million adults in the United States have heart failure*

Donate Today

With your donation, PUMP STRONG can start the path to hope with the construction of our website along with outreach to local hospitals looking for their support to continue our growth and cause.  Pump Strong is a non-profit organization.

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What Is PumpStrong.org?

The PUMP STRONG CHARITY would like to create an opportunity to beat the likelihood of death, severe symptoms and depression and give hope to patients through awareness, understanding, knowledge, improving outlooks, education, disability benefits, healthy meal plans, goal setting, pharmaceutical coupons/discount programs, counseling, support, public forums, access to local CHF health professionals, and of course, donations to Heart Associations specializing in a cure for CHF.

Join Our Community

It’s quick and free! Nothing like PUMP STRONG is out there for patients to turn to when being first diagnosed or for patients who have been living with it for years. Let’s be a part of the first to create this platform to start changing people’s lives one heart at a time!

Community Benefits

  • Online Community
  • Share Your Story
  • Ask Questions
  • Heart Specialist Search
  • Counselor Search (coming soon)
  • Meal Plan Ideas (coming Soon)

My Story

My name is Jon Sternfels and I was first diagnosed with CHF at 39 years of age. I developed the disease from a virus caught while dealing with the flu/pneumonia. At first, before I was diagnosed, I was ignoring the signs and symptoms of CHF. I was out of breath constantly doing small tasks and gaining an unusual amount of weight even though my appetite was missing.

I was also having trouble breathing and sleeping thru the night with rapid heart rate increases, all of which I chalked up to being out of shape, as I had taken some time away recently from working out, stress/anxiety and having the flu/pneumonia consecutive weeks in a row.

*Mozzafarian D, Benjamin EJ, Go AS, et al. on behalf of the American Heart Association Statistics Committee and Stroke Statistics Subcommittee. Heart disease and stroke statistics—2016 update: a report from the American Heart Association. Circulation. 2016;133:e38-e360.

Thanks To Our Latest Donors

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nicole woolson

$75.00 June 13, 2019
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barb soriano

$75.00 June 12, 2019
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jenny johnson

$140.00 June 12, 2019
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$116.00 June 12, 2019
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ryan solomon

$95.00 June 12, 2019
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$100.00 June 12, 2019
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$116.00 June 7, 2019
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$185.00 June 7, 2019
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$155.00 June 7, 2019
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$175.00 June 5, 2019
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Jon Sternfels

$25.00 April 11, 2019
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Lynne Bondy

$100.00 March 5, 2019