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Defibrillators in our Community Centres

Combined with the immediate application of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), a defibrillator is the only form of treatment for someone who has suffered a cardiac arrest. If used within 3-5 minutes of a person collapsing, their survival chances increase from 6% to 74%. We are looking for support for our Community Connectors Group who are trying to raise...

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Defibrillators in our Community Centres

Combined with the immediate application of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), a defibrillator is the only form of treatment for someone who has suffered a cardiac arrest. If used within 3-5 minutes of a person collapsing, their survival chances increase from 6% to 74%.
We are looking for support for our Community Connectors Group who are trying to raise sufficient funds to install defibrillators in our Community Centres at the Ronkswood Community Hub, The KGV Community Hub and The Horizon Hub.
They have recently raised funds to pay for defibrillators to be installed at The Tolly Community Hub, The Warndon Community Hub and The Green Community Hub and it would be fantastic to have them at all six of our Community Centres.
 

Please help support us raise the funds to install this life saving equipment.

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10-July-2018 - 
31-December-2018

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Rich Widdowson
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07392 319806
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richardw@worcestercommunitytrust.org.uk

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