Weʼve raised £0 to Buy & install 3 x Public Access Defibrillators & Cabinets for Hull East, Hull City Centre & Hessle
- Hessle, Hull, East Yorkshire
- Closed on Tuesday, 31st December 2019
Crowdfunding is a new type of fundraising where you can raise funds for your own personal cause, even if you're not a registered nonprofit.
The page owner is responsible for the distribution of funds raised.
PADs, Public Access Defibrillators, we don't know when we need one but when we do, we need one fast.
Over 150,000 people a year die from heart & circulatory disease in the UK. Over 100,000 people are admitted to hospital due to a heart attack. Using a defibrillator within 5 minutes improves the chance of survival by 55%
I have had friends & relations both die from & survive Heart Failure. PADs are not a cure, but they offer some people a hope, a better chance of surviving when the unexpected strikes.
I work for the British Heart Foundation as a retail store manager. I'm raising funds independently to ensure the PADs are located in our local community in support of the public, all health & medical services, as well as the BHF.
Each PAD & cabinet.costs around £2000. Initially I have 3 locations in mind, hence the target of £6000.
Free CPR training can be arranged by contacting me at the store on Prospect Street.
You probably have your own experience of people you knew & loved who may have benefited from the chance a PAD offers. Please consider giving any amount you can afford or raise to support this & lets get these potential life savers installed. Thank you, sincerely, Carlton.
Updates appear here
Carlton Williams started crowdfunding
Leave a message of support
Great people make things happen
Do you know anyone in need or maybe want to help a local community cause?
Create you own page and donʼt let that cause go unfunded!About Crowdfunding
About the fundraiser
Hessle, Hull, East Yorkshire
Retail manager at British Heart Foundation F&E, Prospect Street, Hull. In 5 years my friend John was revived, my friend Peter's wife Kath died, my wife Kim died & an man had need of assistance on James Reckitt Avenue. Just 4 instances I experienced when a PAD may have helped.