The ‘Win a G5’ competition has now closed, however, we can still help you get an AED into your community FOC…
Join the AED movement…
bring potentially life-saving AEDs into your community.
We are proud to introduce Project Heartbeat; Project Heartbeat works with businesses across the UK to make public access defibrillators more accessible in communities. It is also committed to equipping those living and working within these communities with the knowledge and confidence to use one in the event of an emergency.
For less than the price of your daily coffee, Project Heartbeat gives businesses the chance to potentially save lives in their communities, by sponsoring a defibrillator, whilst receiving positive public recognition for the support they’re giving.
In return for sponsoring, your logo and company information will be displayed on the advertising hoarding around the defibrillator’s storage cabinet. This, in turn, raises awareness of their brand and CSR commitment amongst the thousands of local people – friends, family, neighbours, and colleagues – that they’re now protecting.
If you be would be interested in being part of helping to make your community a safer place to live, work and play, please take the next step and complete the form on your right
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Help protect your family, friends and colleagues with Cardiac Science & Project Heartbeat.
Meet the Winning Entrants
Jack Phelan, a Fire Cadet in Saltash, was our first ‘Win a G5’ competition winner of 2017. Jack was presented with his Powerheart® G5 AED by Cardiac Science’s Julie Phillips. The AED will be kept at Saltash Fire Station and used by the cadets at public functions. Well done Jack!
Image courtesy of The Cornish Times.
Joanna Griffin was the second to win a Powerheart® G5 AED. The AED will be situated in Milldale at the start of a hugely popular national walk.
Joanna is pictured here being presented with her Powerheart® G5 AED by Cardiac Science’s Emily Jones along with the First Responders and some members of the community.
Our third Powerheart® G5 AED winner was Shelby Williams. Her AED will be kept at the Golden Lion Pub, Higher Wheelton Near Chorley so it can help protect the community and visitors as well as Shelby and her fellow runners from the Lions Running Club.
Shelby is pictured with her fellow runners and Kevin Garvey of Cardiac Science who presented her with her G5.
Our fourth and final winner of our 2017 ‘Win a G5’ competition was Jonathan Martin. Jonathan, a student of Balliol College in Oxford, entered the competition so he could provide the college’s boat club with an AED that can be accessed 24/7. The cabinet in which the AED is housed has been installed on the side of Balliol College Boat Club house (it’s on the left of the boat house when you look at it from the river).
Jonathan is pictured with his Powerheart® G5 AED by Cardiac Science’s Richard Macdonald.
Image courtesy of Pria Bourne.