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£50raised of £310 target by 5 supporters

    Weʼve raised £50 to Raise the Last Bit of Money to get a Massive Life saver piece of equipment at the ground a Defibrillator

    Hamble-le-Rice, United Kingdom
    Funded on Sunday, 3rd December 2017

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    As i am sure you are already aware there has been a number of Footballers that have had Heart Related injuries and a Defibrillator has kept them alive. There is a 70% of survival with a Defibrillator and a lot less With out. With our club having kids as young as 4 and adults as old as in the 80’s we believe this to be a important part of kit

    We Also have children within in our club that are on medication and heart treatment for the rest if their life.

    The defib costs is about £1350 however we have already had £990 funding from other sources so are just looking to raise the last £310 this is a fully support Defibrillator by the Football Association and Also the British Heart Foundation

    Approximately 30,000 Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrests occur every year in the UK

    In 2013, the Emergency Medical Services attempted to resuscitate approximately 28,000 people after they suffered an Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest

    Of the 28,000 people that emergency services attempted to resuscitate, only 8.6% survived and were discharged from hospital

    Approximately 80% of Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrests occur at Home; 20% will occur in public places

    The current rate of initial bystander CPR in England is reported to be around 43%

    12 people under the age of 35 die every week due to sudden cardiac arrest in the UK

    270 children die in the UK every year after suffering a Sudden Cardiac Arrest at school

    When someone has a cardiac arrest, every minute without CPR and defibrillation reduces their chances of survival by 7-10%

    Currently, only 20% of cardiac arrest victims are in a ‘shockable’ rhythm when the EMS arrive; this figure can be increased if more cardiac arrest victims received immediate, effective CPR from bystanders

    If a defibrillator is used and effective CPR is performed within 3-5 minutes of cardiac arrest, survival chances increase from 6% to 74%

    The emergency services average response time to a cardiac event related incident in an urban area has increased from 8 to 11 minutes

    Without immediate treatment, 90-95% of Sudden Cardiac Arrest victims will die

    If you can help with any think we would be very greatful



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      • Anonymous


        Nov 2, 2017

      • Jill West

        Jill West

        Oct 11, 2017

      • Anonymous


        Oct 10, 2017

        Lets hope people help us reach the target need to purchased this life saving piece of equipment.


      • Rowe Family

        Rowe Family

        Oct 6, 2017

        What a great Cause And the club needs one for sure


      • Jeffrey Charlton

        Jeffrey Charlton

        Oct 6, 2017

        Good luck Shaun great idea :-)


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      Hamble United FC

      Hamble United FC

      Hamble-le-Rice, United Kingdom

      HAMBLE UNITED FC is a club that offers football for all ages from 4 to Adults we are aiming to get support and get a defib as it will be a huge part for the club and help us implement safety and preserve life should it be needed

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