Defibs Save Lives

Arrhythmia Alliance provides fundraising support, in addition to information, advice and guidance to help make communities safer in the event of sudden cardiac arrest.

We have worked with many community groups, clubs and individuals to help place lifesaving equipment for use in the event of an emergency.

News & updates

Five-year-old girl who suffered heart attack could have survived, inquest hears

Lilly May Page-Bowden died in front of her mother, Claire Page, after she went to collect her from Willow Bank Infant School in Woodley, Berkshire, in May 2014.

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Man survives cardiac arrest at 25, finally gets happily ever after with wife

25-year-old James was given a one percent chance of survival after he suffered a cardiac arrest while out on a run. Six years later, him and his fiance, Rachael, who stuck with him through it all, finally got married

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Bluffton police officer saves two lives in a month

A Bluffton police officer is responsible for saving two lives in the last month thanks to quick action and the help of the automated external defibrillator he carried.

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