100% committed to saving lives from sudden cardiac arrest

Project 100 is a collective effort of volunteer medical professionals and other community leaders from the UW Medicine Center for Sports Cardiology, Nick of Time Foundation, DP Foundation, Medic One Foundation, King County Public Health, and Resuscitation Academy.

Our mission is to make our community safer from sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) through placement of Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) in outdoor spaces used for sport and public recreation. We believe every sports field should have access to an AED.

Nina's Sudden Cardiac Arrest Story

On June 4th, 2022, 13-year-old Nina Taft collapsed and stopped breathing on field #11 at Starfire Sports in Tukwila, WA.

Her coach recognized the emergency and called 911. Nina’s parents rushed to her side where her dad began CPR with the help of a nurse bystander. Within minutes, the outdoor AED was retrieved from the tower and the pads were placed on Nina’s chest. One shock was delivered to resuscitate her from SCA, and she was breathing before paramedics arrived.

Nina’s story and courage has inspired many individuals and raised SCA awareness in her community.

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Mapping Out the First Five

AED location 001, (Installation date)

AED location 002, (Installation date)

AED location 003, (Installation date)

AED location 004, (Installation date)

AED location 005, (Installation date)


Americans suffer from SCA each year


National survival rate from SCA


Survival rate in young athletes with SCA when prompt CPR and AED

1 in 300

Youths have an undetected heart condition at risk of SCA