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.