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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).

East London Boxing Academy Receives Defibrillator

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In the latest round of defibrillator donations, JE3 visited East London Boxing Academy.

Committed to developing and improving life skills through boxing, the Academy graciously accepted the donation, explaining that the life-saving piece of equipment would be accessible at the gym, as well as traveling with the team to all official England Boxing events.

Photographed alongside more than 30 boxing gym goers, Charlie Edinburgh added that, “this donation feels special, knowing the difference it will make to this amazing boxing gym, the fighters, and the community.”

Jason Roberts Foundation Defibrillator Donation

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The Jason Roberts Foundation are the latest recipients of the JE3 Defibrillator Donation Scheme.

The Jason Roberts Foundation are the latest recipients of the JE3 Defibrillator Donation Scheme.

The Foundation, guided by their ‘Community First’ mantra, invests in local communities to change outcomes for the most marginalised in the UK and Caribbean. With a permanent community hub at Bridgestone Arena in London, the Jason Roberts Foundation supports thousands of people, young and old, making them the perfect recipient for a life-saving defibrillator.

Otis Roberts, CEO of the Jason Roberts Foundation, welcomed the donation, stating:

“The Jason Roberts Foundation is a community hub for learning, building new connections, developing life skills, and creating opportunity. We’re also a safe space for our participants. Today’s donation from JE3 Foundation takes us one step further in safeguarding the many members of our community who walk through our doors.

We’re extremely thankful to JE3 for teaming up with JRF to raise awareness on saving lives. It will go a long way in educating and saving our communities.”

For more information on the Jason Roberts Foundation visit

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JE3 Foundation Announces Defibrillator Recipients

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Today, the Justin Edinburgh 3 Foundation donated 3 more life-saving defibrillators to health and sports facilities in the UK.

Today, the Justin Edinburgh 3 Foundation donated 3 more life-saving defibrillators to health and sports facilities in the UK.

The donations, made in Justin Edinburgh’s name, are just one of the ways that the JE3 Foundation is choosing to mark the two-year anniversary of Justin’s passing.

The Automated External Defibrillators will be a permanent fixture at the venues of each recipient organisation, including: Southend United Football Club, AFC Rushden & Diamonds, and Mavericks RFC.

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.


Defibrillator Donations Mark Justin’s 51st Birthday

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The Justin Edinburgh 3 Foundation has donated three Automated External Defibrillators to local facilities as part of the second annual JE3 Day. 

Launched in 2019, the campaign was established to raise awareness of cardiac arrest while celebrating the life and legacy of Justin Edinburgh. While COVID-19 prevented the Foundation from hosting its annual JE3 Gala on what would have been Justin’s 51st birthday, we remain committed to increasing access to Automated External Defibrillators and campaigning for Justin’s Law. 

Recipient organisations, each selected by the Board of Trustees, include Newport County AFC, Essex Community First Aid Events, and Marine AFC, joining the list of former recipients Billericay Town FC, Leyton Orient Supports Club, and Essentials (Billercay). 

On site to make the donations, Charlie Edinburgh commented:

“This is another proud day for all involved with the Foundation. To see the continued hard work of everyone involved pay-off is the perfect tribute to Dad and marks JE3 Day perfectly. To know we are potentially saving lives with these donations fills me with an immense sense of pride and all three recipients are very worthy causes. This is the perfect way to continue Dad’s legacy.
With current COVID restrictions this was a fantastic way for JE3 to showcase its dedication and commitment to improving facilities with potential lifesaving equipment despite the challenges we face in the current climate. ”

JE3 Welcomes Partnership with New-Gen Construction Ltd.

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The Essex-based commercial and domestic building specialists, with over 35 years of experience, have teamed up with the Justin Edinburgh 3 Foundation.

The partnership, in which New-Gen Construction has pledged to donate a percentage of earnings from each and every project, will last indefinitely. Donations will support the Foundation’s work, delivering heart health education and CPR training, campaigning for legislative change, and to the defibrillator donation scheme.

For more information on New-Gen Construction, visit

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National League Donates £15,000

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The National League has confirmed that a cheque for £15,000 will be presented to the Justin Edinburgh 3 Foundation before tonight’s televised match on BT Sport at the Chigwell Construction Stadium. 

Member clubs from all three divisions were invited to hold a bucket collection at their first home match of the League season in honour of Justin Edinburgh.

A presentation to Charlie Edinburgh, Justin’s son and Foundation CEO, by Chairman of the National League, Brian Barwick, will be made before kick-off. They will be joined on the pitch by Stephen Thompson, Managing Director at Dagenham & Redbridge and National League board member.