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Stubbers Farm Business Centre is the latest JE3 Defibrillator recipient

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Today, the Justin Edinburgh 3 Foundation donated a life-saving defibrillator to Stubbers Farm Business Centre, Blackmore, Essex.

Today, the Justin Edinburgh 3 Foundation donated a life-saving defibrillator to Stubbers Farm Business Centre in Blackmore, Essex.

The donation, made by CEO Charlie Edinburgh will see the foundation support a number of businesses on the development based in Essex. The site is home to a number of organisations who will now all benefit from the latest donation, including:

  • Alexander’s School of Dance & Theatre
  • Home Instead
  • Trinity Living
  • Cadenza Music School

The Automated External Defibrillators will be a permanent fixture at the venue and will be located on the outside of the Alexander’s School of Dance & Theatre building.

This donation was made possible thanks to the fundraising of Cliff Hart.

In line with the commitment to sharing Justin’s story and increasing access to defibrillators, the Foundation invites organisations to apply to the defibrillator donation scheme.

KO Boxing ABC is the latest JE3 defibrillator recipient

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Today, the Justin Edinburgh 3 Foundation donated another life-saving defibrillator to KO Boxing ABC in Buckhurst Hill.

Today, the Justin Edinburgh 3 Foundation donated another life-saving defibrillator to KO Boxing ABC in Buckhurst Hill.

The donation, made in Justin Edinburgh’s name, will serve as a permanent fixture for the boxing gym and the local community.

CEO Charlie Edinburgh was in attendance to present the club with the AED on Thursday afternoon.

In line with the commitment to sharing Justin’s story and increasing access to defibrillators, the Foundation invites organisations to apply to the defibrillator donation scheme.

JE3 Foundation donates life-saving defibrillator to Kings Chase Sports and Social Club

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The Justin Edinburgh 3 Foundation donated a life-saving defibrillator to Kings Chase Sports and Social Club.

The Justin Edinburgh 3 Foundation donated a life-saving defibrillator to Kings Chase Sports and Social Club.

The Automated External Defibrillators will be a permanent fixture at the venue based in Brentwood, Essex.

CEO Charlie Edinburgh was in attendance to present club chairman Dudley Payne with the life-saving equipment.

In line with the commitment to sharing Justin’s story and increasing access to defibrillators, the Foundation invites organisations to apply to the defibrillator donation scheme.

JE3 Foundation donates defibrillator to Buckhurst Hill Football Club

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The Justin Edinburgh 3 Foundation has donated a life-saving defibrillator to Buckhurst Hill Football Club.

The Justin Edinburgh 3 Foundation has donated another life-saving defibrillator to Buckhurst Hill Football Club.

The donation was made during yesterday’s charity football match at Roding Lane, the home of Buckhurst Hill Football Club.

CEO Charlie Edinburgh presented club chairman Simon Cornwell with the defibrillator before a JE3 All-Stars team took on Buckhurst Hill in a charity fixture with all proceeds going to the JE3 Foundation.

On a glorious day in Essex, a large crowd was treated to a great game which was fairly contested and finished in a 2-2 draw, with Buckhurst Hill winning 5-3 on penalties.

A JE3 squad that included the likes of Teddy Sheringham, Luke Young, Jimmy Walker, Charlie Daniels, and JE3 trustees Jobi McAnuff and Josh Wright gave spectators a fantastic afternoon.

The occasion raised a superb £1,240.61 for the foundation.

The Automated External Defibrillator will now be a permanent fixture at the club and will be utilised by the club’s mini soccer project.

The donation was made possible thanks to the fantastic fundraising efforts of ‘SPURSFANS2022’ which includes:

Bharat Patel, Carole Hodge, Colin Abbott, David Oliver, Danny Tunman and Stephanie Temple.

 

In line with the commitment to sharing Justin’s story and increasing access to defibrillators, the Foundation invites organisations to apply to the defibrillator donation scheme.

JE3 Foundation donates defibrillator to Northampton Town Football Club

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The Justin Edinburgh 3 Foundation donates life-saving defibrillator to Northampton Town Football Club.

The Justin Edinburgh 3 Foundation has donated a life-saving defibrillator to Northampton Town Football Club.

The donation, made in Justin Edinburgh’s name, is just one of the ways that the JE3 Foundation continues to make a difference since Justin’s passing.

The Automated External Defibrillator will be a permanent fixture with the club and will be utilized through the club’s community trust.

CEO Charlie Edinburgh commented “I want to personally thank Northampton Town Football Club who have supported JE3 since the very beginning, a club that was close to my father and us as a family. To be able to donate this potentially life-saving piece of equipment to them gives me and the rest of the trustees a real sense of pride.”

In line with the commitment to sharing Justin’s story and increasing access to defibrillators, the Foundation invites organisations to apply to the defibrillator donation scheme.

JE3 Foundation donates life-saving defibrillator to Essex based Gym

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Today, the Justin Edinburgh 3 Foundation donated a life-saving defibrillator to Crossfit Raeda, Epping.

Today, the Justin Edinburgh 3 Foundation donated a life-saving defibrillator to CrossFit Raeda in Epping, Essex.

The donation made by CEO Charlie Edinburgh comes following the amazing fundraising efforts of Matt Sallis.

Matt recently became Guinness World Record holder for the most chest-to-ground burpees in 12 hours (male). He achieved a total of 6013 in this time raising an outstanding £10,981 for JE3.

Together we have now installed four defibrillators in health and sports facilities across the country with two further donations scheduled in the coming weeks.

In line with the commitment to sharing Justin’s story and increasing access to defibrillators, the Foundation invites organisations to apply to the defibrillator donation scheme.

JE3 Foundation donates Defibrillator to M.R.F.A

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The Justin Edinburgh 3 Foundation donates life-saving defibrillator to M.R.F.A

The Justin Edinburgh 3 Foundation has donated a life-saving defibrillator to M.R.F.A.

The donation, made in Justin Edinburgh’s name, is just one of the ways that the JE3 Foundation continues to make a difference since Justin’s passing.

The Automated External Defibrillator will be a permanent fixture with M.R.F.A, one of Essex’s largest football coaching providers, coaching over 4,000 players every week.

CEO Charlie Edinburgh commented “I want to personally thank Michael Richardson and the entire team at M.R.F.A, they have supported JE3 since the very beginning. To be able to donate this potentially life-saving piece of equipment to them gives myself and the rest of the trustees a real sense of pride.”

In line with the commitment to sharing Justin’s story and increasing access to defibrillators, the Foundation invites organisations to apply to the defibrillator donation scheme.

JE3 Foundation donates three more life-saving defibrillators to health and sports facilites.

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JE3 Foundation has donated three more life-saving defibrillators to health and sports facilities.

JE3 Foundation has donated 3 more life-saving defibrillators to health and sports facilities.

The donations were made this week by CEO Charlie Edinburgh following the amazing fundraising efforts of Matt Sallis.

Matt recently became Guinness World Record holder for the most chest-to-ground burpees in 12 hours (male). He achieved a total of 6013 in this time raising an outstanding £10,981 for JE3.

Together we are now committed to donating defibrillators to health and sports clubs across the country with the funds raised.

The rollout started this week with the first three recipients; We Train (Harpenden, Hertfordshire), Crossfit (St Albans, Hertfordshire), and Crossfit (Luton, Bedfordshire) all receiving an AED on behalf of the foundation.

In line with the commitment to sharing Justin’s story and increasing access to defibrillators, the Foundation invites organisations to apply to the defibrillator donation scheme.

The Justin Edinburgh 3 Foundation donates defibrillator to Wormley Rovers Football Club

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The Justin Edinburgh 3 Foundation has donated a defibrillator to Wormley Rovers Football Club.

The Justin Edinburgh 3 Foundation has donated a life-saving defibrillator to Wormley Rovers Football Club.

The donation, made in Justin Edinburgh’s name, comes after the foundation discovered that the club had its existing defibrillator vandalized and stolen over the festive period.

The Automated External Defibrillator was presented by CEO, Charlie Edinburgh to Chairman Nigel Scully and Committee member Colin Vaughan.

JE3 Foundation CEO, Charlie Edinburgh said “This one really hit home. After having their exisiting defibrillator vandalized and stolen, we made quick contact with the club to see if we could assist in any way. If only the people responsible knew what a difference this piece of equipment can make. We urge people to continue supporting our work, whilst spreading the wider message surrounding the importance of Defibrillators.”

In line with the commitment to sharing Justin’s story and increasing access to defibrillators, the Foundation invites organisations to apply to the defibrillator donation scheme.

JE3 Rounds Out Week With Defibrillator Donations

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Last week, Charlie Edinburgh, CEO of the Justin Edinburgh 3 Foundation, visited two London locations to donate defibrillators.

The first stop was Larkswood Primary Academy in Chingford, London. The Academy supports the welfare and development of 800 pupils aged 2-11. With community partnerships a priority for staff and pupils alike, Larkwood Primary was delighted to receive the donation, funded by Academy Services Waltham Forest, together with Kier Places.

Later that day, Charlie visited Fitzroy Lodge Amateur Boxing Club under the arches in Lambeth Road. Renowned for its welcoming and friendly environment, Fitzroy Lodge ABC is a charity run by volunteers and supported through subscription fees and donations.

The boxing club, established in 1908 and in its current location since 1946, was selected as a recipient through the JE3 defibrillator donation scheme, designed to increase community access to Automated External Defibrillators (AED).