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£942raised of £1,600 target by 54 supporters

    Weʼve raised £942 to fund a public access defibrillator in Robin Hood to increase the chances of survival from a cardiac arrest for all who live or work here

    Robin Hood, Wakefield
    Funded on Friday, 31st May 2019

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    Robin Hood Primary School PTA is raising money for a defibrillator at our school but we would like to make this accessible to the local community too by placing the device outside the school.

    We are hoping to raise the funds from everyone who lives or works in our community who could benefit from this life saving piece of equipment.

    You need to be within 600 meters of a device to be able to access it in time for the impact of this device to work. Our nearest public access defibrillator device is 1.8km from the school.

    What is a cPAD?
    cPADs are defibrillators placed in public places, accessible 24 hours a day. The defibrillators (a small electronic device which gives an electric shock to the heart) are placed in a locked cabinet, when a caller rings 999 they can be sent to that box. The device can be used while the ambulance is on route increasing chances of survival following a cardiac arrest.

    Why would I need one?
    Sudden cardiac failure is the leading cause of premature death in the UK, but many lives can be saved with immediate treatment. The quicker defibrillation can be given the greater the chances of successful resuscitation are.

    Basic life support and access to early defibrillation give the best chances of survival for a patient who suffers a cardiac arrest. Yorkshire Ambulance Service encourages communities to install cPADS (Community Public Access Devices) to help increase the chances of survival in the event of a cardiac arrest.

    The £1600 we need to raise will pay for the defibrillator and cupboard, plus installation and maintenance.

    Everyone in our community can benefit from this so please can everyone consider funding it. Let's show some community spirit and make this happen together. Please give whatever you can, £1 from every home and business in Robin Hood would be more than enough.

    Please also follow and share our Facebook page to spread the word and keep everyone up to date with the campaign www.facebook.com/RobinHoodDefib

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    • Lynsey Ryder8 months ago
      Lynsey Ryder

      Lynsey Ryder

      8 months ago

      The Robin Hood Defib is up and running! Everyone in the community who supported our campaign should be feeling really proud that we now have this life-saving equipment available to everyone who lives or works in our community. Thank you so much for your very generous contributions which has made this possible. The just giving page will now be closed so please keep in touch via our Facebook page www.facebook.com/RobinHoodDefib where you can also find out details of the launch celebration.

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    • Lynsey Ryder8 months ago
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      Lynsey Ryder

      8 months ago

      Robin Hood Primary School PTA are excited to let everyone know that we have now raised enough money for our campaign and are closing our fundraising. This is more than we could have hoped to raise and the generosity of the whole community has been overwhelming. Thank you to everyone who has contributed to our campaign. We have really shown what a bit of community spirit can achieve. Well done everyone! The just giving page will be closed shortly but please join our facebook group www.facebook.com/robinhooddefib to keep up to date.

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    • Lynsey Ryder10 months ago
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      10 months ago

      We are absolutely thrilled to announce that we have now raised over £1000 which means that we are able to order the Robin Hood Defib!!! Thank you so much to everyone who has supported our campaign by donating to our just giving page. Your contribution has got us to this amazing total in just over a month. Thanks also to the Yorkshire Ambulance Service Charity who are part funding the device and cupboard through their defibrillator grant scheme. Please continue to support our campaign in any way you can to get us to the final total.

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    Page last updated on: 4/15/2019 13.46

    Supporters

    54

    • Sarah Seager

      Sarah Seager

      Mar 26, 2019

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Mar 20, 2019

      £10.00

    • Seb Gordan

      Seb Gordan

      Mar 10, 2019

      Great initiative, one that could save precious lives. Hope you get enough good people to support you with this.

      £25.00

    • Womack Access

      Womack Access

      Mar 4, 2019

      Good Luck

      £100.00

    • Jane & Sean

      Jane & Sean

      Mar 3, 2019

      Great initiative! Happy to support!

      £10.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Mar 1, 2019

      £20.00

    • John Freear

      John Freear

      Mar 1, 2019

      Great work.

      £10.00

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    Lynsey Ryder

    Lynsey Ryder

    Robin Hood, Wakefield

    Chair of Robin Hood Primary School PTA

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