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CEO Charlie Edinburgh Visits Brentwood School

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Today, JE3 Foundation CEO Charlie Edinburgh visited Brentwood School to discuss the importance of CPR and Defibrillators with it’s pupils.

Today, JE3 Foundation CEO Charlie Edinburgh visited Brentwood School to discuss the importance of CPR and Defibrillators with it’s pupils.

As a former pupil of the school, Charlie was in attendance to thank the school and it’s pupils for it’s recent fundraising, which has been generated throughout their ‘House Charity Week’, and to raise further awareness around the importance of CPR and the use of defibrillators.

CEO Charlie Edinburgh commented “What an honour this is for myself as a former pupil of the school, and for everyone connected with the foundation. I was grateful to the pupils and the school for giving me a warm welcome and listening to our story but also to thank them for all of their amazing fundraising efforts for JE3.”

JE3 Foundation partners with Crowdfunder UK

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The Justin Edinburgh 3 Foundation is delighted to announce a new partnership with Crowdfunder UK.

Today, the Justin Edinburgh 3 Foundation has announced a new partnership with Crowfunder UK.

Crowdfunder is the #1 crowdfunding platform in the UK, having raised £200m. It connects projects that matter with people who care.

Every minute counts. Cardiac Arrest is sudden and often without warning. Increasing public access to defibrillators rapidly increases the chance of survival. The Justin Edinburgh 3 Foundation is partnering with Crowdfunder to help communities raise the money for defibs, working together to install the life-saving equipment in workspaces, schools, and community spaces.

This new campaign is more than just increasing access to vital equipment around the UK. Crowdfunding shines a spotlight on all sorts of societal issues and this work will drive greater awareness of the foundation’s founding principles. Access to defibs, education around CPR, and legislative change are its primary objectives and this partnership will only support progress in all three.

But this of course goes beyond the world of football, and sports more generally. Cardiac arrest can happen anywhere and often without warning so increasing public access to defibrillators in every corner of the country will rapidly increase the chance of survival.

From our perspective, this work encapsulates the power of crowdfunding. It’s a journey that started out as a simple community project and grew into a collaborative campaign, aiming to create a lasting legacy through the platform.

We’ve proved time and again that we can make a real difference by working together and this partnership will be no exception.

Find out more: https://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/crowdfund-a-defibrillator

JE3 Supports World Heart Federation #WorldHeartDay

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Today, the Justin Edinburgh 3 Foundation is supporting the World Heart Federations latest Campaign, #WorldHeartDay.

World Heart Day is an opportunity for everyone to stop and consider how best to use heart for humanity, for nature, and for you. Beating cardiovascular disease (CVD) is something that matters to every beating heart.

Use Heart means to think differently. To make the right decisions. To act with courage. To help others. To engage with this important cause. The heart is the only organ you can hear and feel. It is the first and last sign of life. It is one of the few things with the potential to unite all of us as people.

For Every Heart involves the use of “FOR” and swings the focus from the actions themselves to the beneficiaries of the actions, allowing for wider application of the campaign while also making it more personal. We want World Heart Day messages to reach as many individuals as possible to help achieve cardiovascular health for every heart.

For more information please visit https://world-heart-federation.org

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, 1926-2022

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The Justin Edinburgh 3 Foundation joins the nation in mourning the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

The Justin Edinburgh 3 Foundation joins the nation in mourning the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

We have all been inspired by Her Majesty’s deeply committed service to our country since she acceded to the throne 70 years ago.

Her Majesty’s reign has been personified by her tireless dedication to public life, including charity.

The Foundation should like to extend its condolences to all members of the Royal Family at this sad time.

Justins Law – Petition Update

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JE3 Foundation are fighting for legislative change

Current UK legislation does not require health and sport facilities to be equipped with life-saving defibrillators. The JE3 Foundation is fighting to change this.

Join thousands of people who have already signed the Justin’s Law petition.

CEO Charlie Edinburgh has given an update regarding our Campaign.

“It’s still hard to comprehend it’s been over three years since we lost my dad. Everyone at the foundation is extremely proud of the progress we have made during some challenging and unprecedented times for everyone.

We continue to make a difference with the rollout of life-saving defibrillators and our CPR and defibrillator workshops, none of which would be possible without the overwhelming support we continue to receive.

Our long-term objective of changing the law in Justin’s name has been well received and a lot of hard work is been pushed into this. I have personally met and spoken with a number of MP’s who are on board with our push for Justin’s Law and nothing fills me with more pride than seeing over 53,000 people signing our change.org petition. There is still a lot of work to do, but every signature we receive is another step in the right direction to make sure that all UK health and sports facilities are equipped with defibrillators so that we can continue to change outcomes in the face of cardiac arrest.

Thank you to everyone who has and continues to support JE3 Foundation”

If you would like to support JE3 in its pursuit of Justin’s Law then please follow the link and sign the petition.

https://www.change.org/p/uk-parliament-justins-law-defibrillators-in-all-health-and-sporrs-facilities-in-the-uk