Support the Korey Stringer Institute Fund today!

Help further research to prevent sudden death in sport.

This fund provides operating support for the Korey Stringer Institute, housed at CAHNR's Kinesiology Department.

The institute works to further research, education, and advocacy for the prevention of sudden death in sport and physical activity. For more information, please visit the KSI website.

The institute is named in honor of Minnesota Vikings All-Pro lineman Korey Stringer, whose death in 2001 from complications due to heat stroke during a preseason training camp brought national attention to the dangers of heat stroke among athletes.

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Supported by 11 Donations:

  • Martha S.
    I Gave $100
    For all you do for athletes and those who love them and work with them! Keep up the astounding work!
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    Thank you to the great team at KSI. Your mission is truly life saving and is greatly appreciated.
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    I Gave $293
    In recognition of National Athletic Training Month, Concordia Prep Sports Medicine Club donates to help continue research, education, and prevention.
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  • Angelica C.
    I Gave $150
    With sincerest condolences from all your friends at Hampford Research, Inc.
  • June F.
    I Gave $250
    In loving memory of my cousin and best friend, Scott Jenkin who loved the game of football. He was a wonderful coach and friend to all.
  • Christine  B.
    I Gave $75
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    My great thanks to Rebecca Stearns for her time and expertise in speaking with me today about heat stroke and answering all of my questions.
  • Heidi S.
    Great work Doug Casa!
  • Jeffrey P.
    I Gave $2,500