Please donate towards lifesaving AED's

Please donate towards lifesaving AED's

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About us

Do it for Defib was formed in May 2018. At that time, we were just 4 Brackley people, one who had survived a cardiac arrest thanks to the quick actions of her husband performing 8 minutes of CPR. We shared a common interest in helping people gain the skills and confidence which could potentially save someone’s life in an emergency situation, we became a registered charity in July 2019 ( Charity Number 1184462)

Our campaign was to place as many public access defibs as we could within our local town, this soon grew and it became apparent there was a real need within Northamptonshire, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire.

We are extremely proud to say there is now a public access defibrillator within 700m metres of all our residents living in Brackley, our efforts then ensure we started to support local communities within the surrounding area and Do It For Defib has grown to what it is today.

March 2024 now sees that our charity has placed 28 public access defibrillators and registered guardians of 30, we continue to maintain these lifesaving pieces of equipment, ensuring the pads, batteries and rescue packs are replaced when used as well as all working full time.

Our team

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Our team

A cardiac arrest survivor, a lifesaver, a nurse and a financial administrator....

Our courses

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Our courses

Within 2 hours and only £10.00 per person, you too could be a lifesaver!

Fundraising

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Fundraising

Find out how you can help us fundraise for more life saving AED's in your local area.

Our overriding
goal is to help
save lives!

A sudden cardiac arrest is when a persons heart stops pumping blood around the body and they stop breathing. This can strike with no prior warning and affects people of any age, currently the chances of surviving a out of hospital cardiac arrest in the UK is still only 8%.

Around 80% of cardiac arrests happen in the home, with early bystander recognition, early CPR and early defibrillation known as ‘The Chain Of Survival’ , the chances of survival dramatically increases. With CPR and Defibrillation in under 5 minutes, a victim’s chances of survival increases to 50-70%.

We are as successful as we are thanks to huge local support, we would not be able to do this without the generous donations of the community across the counties.

Our overriding
goal is to help
save lives!

A sudden cardiac arrest is when a persons heart stops pumping blood around the body and they stop breathing. This can strike with no prior warning and affects people of any age, currently the chances of surviving a out of hospital cardiac arrest in the UK is still only 8%.

Around 80% of cardiac arrests happen in the home, with early bystander recognition, early CPR and early defibrillation known as ‘The Chain Of Survival’ , the chances of survival dramatically increases. With CPR and Defibrillation in under 5 minutes, a victim’s chances of survival increases to 50-70%.

We are as successful as we are thanks to huge local support, we would not be able to do this without the generous donations of the community across the counties.

Our Supporters

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lifesaving AED's