Sepsis claims 37000 lives per year in the UK, raising awareness aims to save 15,000 lives per year. Sepsis does not discriminate and claims the lives of newborns, babies, toddlers, infants, juniors, teenagers, adults and the elderly. This project aims to give out 37000 public information leaflets.
May 2013 - May 2014
United Kingdom Sepsis Trust
Sepsis is the bodies overwhelming response to an infection. There is widespread poor knowledge amongst both the public and professionals. Simply early recognition and treatment may save lives.
By distributing leaflets so the public can know about this devastating illness may help people to present at their GP or hospital earlier.
Raise funds for the printing and distribution of information leaflets
Activities» Raise funds to print 37000 leaflets
» Distribute 37000 leaflets to the public via fundraising events, hospitals and GP surgeries
Achieving the required funding
Through national data collection we can see how many people present with sepsis. We can display national survival rates, which will be attributable to a multi-action approach.
Lack of funding, lack of awareness. We are constantly working to raise awareness through multiple sources
We will communicate through multiple social communication sites
Budget - Project Cost: £1,640Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £900 Leaflets To print 37000 leaflets £740 Distribution Postage and packaging of leaflets to distribute
Are charity is set up to raise awareness of Sepsis
Read more about the Charity running this project.
Trustee and Director of finance
Trustee and Secretary
Trustee and directory of patients and relatives