In the event of an emergency call 000
Sophie Wills, Founder & Director
Dr Paul Simpson, Western Sydney Univeristy
Community Defib Project was founded in 2019 with goal to install 1 community accessible defibrillator in the Wisemans Ferry community due to it's distance from medical assistance, especially for a sudden cardiac arrest.
The project successfully install 20 community AEDs in the Wisemans Ferry community and from it's success many other communities wanted to bring the Community Defib Project to their community.
Since then, the project has installed more than 150 community defibs across 40+ communities and continues to support communities to continue to provide community accessible defibrillators to communties in need.
A community defib is the provision of an AED (automated external defibrillator) that is available to the community, at any time to respond to a medical emergency.
Community Defib Project has developed a tried and tested program to assist your community to install community defibs across your community.
Our team is here to support the community along the way.
Our project cannot go ahead without the support of our generous sponsors, donors and volunteers.
Every dollar donated to the Community Defib Project goes towards installation of new AEDs, maintenance, education and community resources that have the potential to save someone's life.
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