AEDdonate Charity - Defibrillators for the Community
Sudden Cardiac Arrest kills approximately 100,000 people a year in the UK.
AEDdonate is committed to improving survival from out of hospital, cardiac arrest, supporting the placement and use of an automated external defibrillators to local communities.
We achieve this by giving Schools, Pubs, Clubs and Communities the opportunity to fundraise for an AED which can then be placed onto the PAD scheme.
This will safeguard local communities from the UK’s biggest killer- Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA). By enabling AEDs to be fundraised for, we can work together to minimise SCAs and save lives.
Who to contact
Where to go
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How we can help?
At AEDdonate we work with you to ensure your community is prepared in the event of a Sudden cardiac arrest. Whether it be a village, work place, sports facility, school or simply your local phone box we provide a one stop service to ensure there are no missing links in the chain of survival.
Please get in touch to find out more about how we can help.
With guidance from your local ambulance service we help you to find the most suitable location to site your defibrillator.
Your Campaign will be added to our website to provide you with your very own fundraising link to allow web users to actively donate to the project. 100% of funds donated are added to your campaign.
The campaign is then sent a fundraising pack to help with any events or publicity of the project.
Behind the scenes we’re actively applying and seeking funding to assist you in your fundraising total.
Once the campaign has reached its target, we will order your defibrillator and cabinet.
Installation will be arranged once a site has been identified and approved.
Installation will be completed.
We will register your defibrillator with the relevant ambulance service.
A support pack will be sent out
Our campaigns engage with the local community to raise awareness of the device and achieve funding through events, online donations and general promotion of the risks of Sudden Cardiac Arrest. We feel this approach achieves a great community effort and helps to raise vital awareness around the life and death situation posed.