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Stamford community rallies to support Dosh4Defibs campaign




Stamford Boxing Club boys who raised money for Dosh4Defibs. They are pictured with charity representative Dannii Vincent.
Stamford Boxing Club boys who raised money for Dosh4Defibs. They are pictured with charity representative Dannii Vincent.

A campaign to get a defibrillator into every primary school in Stamford has been flooded with support from the local community, businesses and charity groups.

Dannii Vincent from Stamford is trying to raise the funds needed to purchase five defibrillators for each of the five primary schools in Stamford.

Through kind donations the Dosh4Defibs campaign is now in a position to purchase the first three defibrillators to be installed into three of the primary schools.

This life saving equipment has been funded through a number of donations including Stamford Kiwanis who donated £350, JSB Construction who donated £225, Stamford Fencing Contractors who donated £225 and St George’s Primary School which raised £275 at a school disco.

The recent quiz night held at the Tobie Norris in Stamford also raised a total of £225.

Dannii is currently in the process of organising a bag pack at Morrisons in Stamford which will take place on March 1. Dannii hopes that all the local school children along with members of the community will go along and get involved.

If you would like to help the Dosh4Defibs campaign you can contact Dannii on 07871016333.



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