Did you know over 100,000 people die every year in School through Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA)?
No? You can help cut that death toll today...
We're raising money to provide a life saving Defibrillator for Cleethorpes Town Football Club and the surrounding community to ensure Safety for Team, Staff, Supporters and the Public in the unfortunate but frequent case of a Sudden Cardiac Arrest.
By having the Automated External Defibrillator available this can help cut the death toll no end!
The AED is going to be available on match days for use of the Players, Staff and Surrounding Community. If the defibrillator is placed onto the patient who is in Cardiac Arrest within 3 minutes they will have a 70% chance of survival.
The amount we're trying to raise is £1800, this will fund:
- Cardiac Science G5 Fully Automatic Defibrillator* - £1150
- Storage Solution - £66
- AED Sleeve - £42
- Paediatric Pads - £60
- Sponsorship Board - £50
- Delivery - £24
- Crowdfunder fees - 5%
- GoCardless Fees - 1%
- VAT (Sadly we have to!) - 20%
As part of the service; AEDdonate provides all the Administration, Essential Public Awareness Campaign, Window Stickers, Certificates and Ongoing After Care Services, available 24/7.
We are working alongside the National Cardiac Charity SADS UK to enable that every person across the UK is safe if they suffer a Sudden Cardiac Arrest. Over 100,000 people die every year through Sudden Cardiac Arrest, we want to cut that NOW!
Anne Jolly; CEO SADS UK: "Everywhere is now equipped with a fire extinguisher, yet there is more chance of a cardiac arrest happening, than a fire breaking out. Many lives have already been saved by places already being equipped with an AED. If everyone follows suit even more lives can be saved."
The Reward Packages:
*The Cardiac Science G5 Automated Defibrillator is a leader in the market with the devices being chosen for sites such as Buckingham Palace, Houses of Parliament and the FA (Football Association). It provides fully automated voice insturctions to the user and only requires the user to place a set of pads on the patient, the AED will conduct the rest.