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WAYS TO HELP

There are a number of ways that you can get involved in the Heart of the Nation project.

Corporate Australia

Become a Heart of the Nation workplace!  By purchasing via our partner (Aussie Defibs) you will become an official Heart of the Nation partner, when you can then have your logo placed on our website in recognition of support for our program.

Individual Australians

Purchasing a defib for your home is a good way to make sure that you are ready should you ever have the need to address someone who is experienceing a cardiac arrest. By purchasing from one of our Heart of the Nation retail partners, you can support the work we do here in getting more AED's out into the community. Click here to see the full list of retail partners who are supporting our program.

Australian Communities

Band together and purchase a defib for your street, community or local area.  By asking each of 23 homes or businesses to contribute $100, you can purchase a community package that includes a HeartSine Samaritan PAD 360P or PAD 350P, adult pad pack, infant pad pack, and an external case for mounting on an eternal wall of a home, from Aussie Defibs. A $100 investment will last at least 8 years under warranty - that's only $12.50 per year per household!  What is a life worth?

BUY A DEFIB

Purchasing a defib for your home, community or workplace is a great way to help. To ensure that your purchase of a defib will help a group that can't afford to purchase one on their own, look for the Heart of the Nation logo - that will tell you that you are purchasing from a retailer or organisation who is assisting Heart of the Nation in getting AED's to those who need them! Alternatively, purchase direct from the Aussie Defibs website, and for every 5 defibs purchased on the Aussie Defibs webiste, 1 defib will be gifted to a community group.

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© 2020 Heart of the Nation Program, is an initiative of Our National Heart Pty Limited - a not for profit company, supported by the work of Greg Page