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Help St John Wales create a nation of lifesavers
St John Cymru Wales are pledging to provide first aid training to thousands of schoolchildren across Wales, creating a new generation of lifesavers.
- £25 provides training for a group of five
- £75 provides training for a group of 15
- £150 provides training for a full class of 30
January 2017 - December 2017
Charity information: St John Cymru Wales
Only one in five people in Wales has basic first aid skills.
Our short taster sessions are a great way for schoolchildren to learn first aid skills, including: emergency numbers and when to use them, recovery position, CPR and choking.
To create a nation of lifesaving superheroes
Activities» Provide free first aid courses for schoolchildren in Wales.
What success will look like
We are aiming to train thousands of children and young people in 2017
Providing training in essential first aid skills will mean that the young people can be the difference between life and death in an emergency situation.
Without additional funding we won't be able to provide free course places for Welsh schoolchildren, please give what you can today.
Funders will receive monthly updates about this project, plus helpful first aid advice and information about local events.
Budget - Project Cost: £12,000Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £12,000 Training 2,400 young people £150 provides a free first aid training course for a full class of 30 children
In schools across Wales
Children and young people in Wales
St John Cymru Wales is the number one first aid charity in Wales. We have a dedicated Community and Schools first aid training team with a wealth of experience delivering age-appropriate classes for schoolchildren.
Read more about the Charity running this project.
Community Training Team
Our community training team are dedicated to providing first-class first aid training in schools and communities across Wales.
Will train five school children in lifesaving first aid skills