BRITAIN’S only registered charity of its kind Arrive Alive has become the charity partner of Wentworth & Rose Property based in the heart of Harborne, Birmingham.
Arrive Alive founded by a Birmingham-based mother is Britain’s only registered charity of its kind dedicated to funding and developing voluntary operated 999 vehicles supporting West Midlands Ambulance Service.
Saving lives is the key part of Arrive Alive’s mission, a publicly accessible defibrillator and bleed kit has also been installed on the side of the headquarters of Wentworth & Rose just off the bustling Harborne High Street.
Jack Simpson Director of Wentworth & Rose said:
“Wentworth and Rose are delighted to be supporting the Arrive Alive charity who do such important work locally. The provision of a defibrillator at this end of the High Street we hope will contribute towards saving lives along with raising the awareness of its location.”
The installation of the publicly accessible defibrillator and bleed kit could benefit local residents, the patrons of local eateries and bars in addition to local business owners. Anyone could need the help of a defibrillator or bleed kit at any given time.
Debbie Roscoe, Founder of Arrive Alive said:
“It is wonderful to be working with Katie and Jack at Wentworth & Rose, their enthusiasm for the local community and their willingness to support the lifesaving work Arrive Alive does. I hope that the defibrillator and bleed kit give Harborne the safety net of knowing lifesaving resources are on the doorstep. The defibrillator and bleed kit have also been registered onto the circuit with West Midlands Ambulance Service.”
To find out more about how Arrive Alive saves lives, please visit: www.arrivealiveresponse.co.uk.