Each year Heart Foundation Jump Rope attracts over 300,000 school students, in over 1,500 schools around the country - we've given Australian schools enough rope to stretch from Australia to Hawaii!
Heart Foundation Jump Rope for Heart is about teaching school children how to keep fit and healthy. Conducted by school teachers, children learn physical activities like rope-jumping to improve their strength, gaining confidence and stamina to extend their physical abilities elsewhere.
Students who participate in Heart Foundation Jump Rope for Heart have lots of fun with their peers. At the same time they are learning about helping save Australian lives by asking family and friends to sponsor them for being a part of this fun program. Funds raised go towards research to help the fight against heart disease and stroke in Australia.
If you would like your child to be a part of this fantastic program, please contact their teacher or principal about Heart Foundation Jump Rope for Heart.
If your child is already participating in Heart Foundation Jump Rope for Heart, we thank you in advance for supporting the Heart Foundation and the fight against heart disease and stroke.