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Charlie Edinburgh

Charlie Edinburgh is crowdfunding

raised of £100,000 target by 1867 supporters

Weʼre raising £100,000 to help set up a charity in memory of Justin Edinburgh to benefit health and wellbeing causes.

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As a family, my mum Kerri, my sister Cydnie and I will be setting up a charity in memory of my dad Justin Edinburgh.

The Justin Edinburgh 3 Foundation is at the very beginning of its journey. We hope that dad's name and legacy, along with his story, can help others. Our aims are to raise awareness around CPR and use of Defibrillators.

We will also be campaigning for a legislative change 'Justin's Law' whereby all health and sports facilities across the UK are equipped with defibrillators.

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    • John Archer

      John Archer

      May 28, 2024

      In memory of Keith James RIP my good friend

    • Angus and Charlotte

      Angus and Charlotte

      Mar 10, 2024

      With heartfelt thanks to Gareth Hughes.


    • Gerry


      Feb 25, 2024

      From the beer o'clock crew - on Gerry's birthday, in lieu of present Xx


    • Billy


      Feb 16, 2024


    • Mark Crane

      Mark Crane

      Jan 30, 2024

      For Justin and all he did for my club-Leyton Orient

    • Max Dowie

      Max Dowie

      Oct 27, 2023


    • Seb Taylor

      Seb Taylor

      Oct 10, 2023

      In memory of Derek. Up the O's


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