About Keeping Pace
Keeping Pace was founded in 2012 by Natasha Harpalani, high school student in south Florida whose interest in electro-cardiology led her to develop a service project that provides certified second-hand medical devices and equipment from the United States to medical clinics in developing countries like India. The project primarily focuses on pacemakers.read more
Keeping Pace has partnered with funeral homes and crematoriums throughout the southeastern United States who donate pacemakers and other medical devices to us that would otherwise have been destroyed.
These medical devices are collected and then inspected by Board Certified Cardiologists and are then shipped to medical clinics in India to make an impact in the lives of local patients.read more
To save lives by recovering medical devices including recycling pacemakers and providing them to low-income individuals in third-world countries who need them in order to continue to live normal lives.read more
February 2014 – TV Asia Interview with Keeping Pace founder Natasha Harpalani. The Brief Highlights of the following event “Student shows heart with pacemaker charity –Natasha Harpalani” aired on TV Asia Community Roundup program on February 28th at 7:30pm (ET) and repeated same day at 10:30pm (ET) and repeated for West Coast viewers at 11:30pm (PT).
October 2013 - Pine Crest senior Natasha Harpalani is featured in the Sun-Sentinel this week for Keeping Pace, her charity that collects and recycles pacemakers. Natasha is also the co-president of our Key Club and a very active member of the Pine Crest Community Foundation! To read the article, go to http://bit.ly/GM05kW