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Donate For Defibs

ACNC Registered Charity Response For Life Make A Donation

All donations that Response For Life charity receives will be entirely placed into communities, providing them with Defibrillators (AEDs) and training. Working towards giving communities the equipment and confidence to prevent Sudden Cardiac Death.

You will receive a receipt via email once the donation is completed. Click the image below or the donate button to make a donation.

Make A Donation

Response For Life Australia Ltd

PO Box 3111
BANGOR NSW 2234

Phone: 0421 752 152
Email: info@responseforlife.org.au

ABN 83 160 057 358

Donate in loving memory of Luke Gardoni

Response For Life will be accepting donations in loving memory of Luke Gardoni. We appreciate the donations and 100% of funds raised will be donated to provide defibrillators (AEDs) to Australian communities. 

To let us know that your donation is in memory of Luke Gardoni.

Where it says in the box “(Optional) Use this donation for”, please click and select “In loving memory of Luke Gardoni” as shown in the photo attached. You can click the PayPal link attached to go to the donaton page. 

Donate for Luke Gardoni

Your kind donation is greatly appreciated

Why Donate To Response For Life?

Our Cause

Response For Life was created in memory of loved ones lost to sudden, and often unexplained, cardiac death. It is our hope that no family suffer such an unbearable loss.

Response For Life Australia Ltd (ABN 83 160 057 358) is a registered Charity committed to saving lives by providing defibrillators and raising awareness of SCA (Sudden Cardiac Arrest).

Background

An alarming number of Australian lives are being cut short by sudden death every day.

Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) can happen to anyone at any time.

It can affect seemingly healthy athletes and even teenagers with no prior health conditions.

33,000 people experience an out of hospital SCA each year in Australia. It is our goal to reduce the unnecessary and preventable loss of lives.

As there are very few symptoms, but too often no symptoms at all, the first sign that something is wrong may be sudden collapse, loss of consciousness, no breathing (or breathing is not normal) and no sign of life…..an emergency situation within seconds.

High quality CPR coupled with DEFIBRILLATION is the only definitive treatment of SCA. CPR attempts to maintain circulation of blood and oxygen, while a defibrillator (AED) delivers an electrical pulse through the heart in an effort to restore the normal heart rhythm.

Prompt CPR and DEFIBRILLATION offers the victim the best chance of survival until emergency help arrives compared to the catastrophic effects of doing nothing at all. The challenge is for AED’s (Automated External Defibrillators) to be available and applied within minutes of SCA.

Help us offer free lifesaving defibrillators through donations

Providing the Australian community with free life saving defibrillators, hands-on training and continual awareness about Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA)