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Funds received will be used for our 2023 Free Heart Screening for youth and young adults aged 12-24. Participants will get a Cardiac Assessment and a Quick noninvasive Echocardiogram (ECG), where a technician places electrodes and patches on the chest, legs, and arms to record the heart's electrical activity. Some participants may also have a limited echocardiogram (ultrasound) of their heart. Losing Justin  to Sudden Cardiac Arrest was undoubtedly life-altering and life-changing. Now JCWWP is on a quest to provide a family with the knowledge to save lives.

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1 – Complete the REGISTRATION Information

2 – Choose ANY DATE between January 29 and March 4, 2023

3 – Choose ANY METHOD that increases your heart beats-per-minute rate

4 – Choose ANY PLACE

5 – Have FUN celebrating American Heart Month!

6 – Make Justin SMILE as we work to achieve world peace through heart health!

7 – UPLOAD your RESULTS & PHOTOS to the Justin’s Race For Peace website

Registration Donate


- Print your DIGITAL BIB. Look for the link to do so in your email OR go to the Justin Race For Peace event on this website and search for your name.

- Look for your T-SHIRT in the mail.

- Complete your PARTICIPATION. Perform the heart stimulating exercise of your choice. Anytime/anywhere during the Event period.

- Log your RESULTS.

- Print your digital CERTIFICATE.

- Give yourself PROPS for completing your mission & helping to complete ours!



The Justin Carr Wants World Peace Foundation was created in honor of its namesake, Justin Carr, & has the overall mission to promote world peace through education, mentorship, scholarship & heart health.  Learn more at


Justin Carr was an Earth Angel, Renaissance man, scholar, singer, actor, artist, and Junior Olympian. He inspired others with his selfless commitment to peace & hope, as he supported the marginalized, the vulnerable, & the unseen. He repeatedly prayed, “God help us achieve world peace,” beginning at the age of four. He wanted all citizens to love one another, by simply being kind. On February 22, 2013, at the age of 16, after completing a few laps at swim team practice, Justin died instantly of an undiagnosed heart condition called idiopathic hypertrophic cardiomyopathy resulting in his Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA).

Learn More


  • SCA affects more than 356,000 people each year in the United States, including over 7,000 youth under age 18.

  • SCA is the #1 killer of student athletes and the leading cause of death on school campuses.

  • One in 300 youth has an undetected heart condition that puts them at risk.

  • Learning CPR & how to use an AED could save a life.

What Is SCA?

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