St Andrews Church, Moulsecoomb Defibrillator Campaign

St Andrews Church, Moulsecoomb Defibrillator Campaign

St Andrews Church, Brighton are working alongside AEDdonate to have a defibrillator installed in their community.

A few years ago, an elderly member of our community unfortunately had a heart attack on the steps of St Andrew’s church. Members of the congregation gave CPR until the ambulance arrived but sadly she later died.
Since that incident, a number of the congregation have been passionate about getting a defibrillator attached to the hall, for the use of the local community to help in other potentially life threatening situations.
We have an opportunity to install a defibrillator for the cost of £1700 on the wall of St Andrew’s hall on Hillside. We are hoping to raise this money from both the congregation and the local community and have made a great start through some generous contributions from our congregation.

Moulsecoomb is a heavily deprived area of Brighton and we would love to be able to provide the facility to benefit all those living in the local community.

All donations made through this link will go towards the purchase and installation of the defibrillator.

With thanks in advance for all your support.  If you have any questions, do get in touch at


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5th July 2023

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St Andrews Church, Moulsecoomb Defibrillator Campaign

£400 of £2,099 raised
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