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CPR for Schools

Setting new records!

2017-09-08 13:49:28

We aim to promote knowledge of first aid in Poland. Our educational initiative, known as CPR for Schools Programme, is a great example of how to introduce very young school-children to the basics of first aid CPR. We are amazed by how quickly the kids take to the knowledge and how eager they are to share what they have learned with other children and grown-ups. 

 

Bicie rekordu w 2016 roku, fot. Fundacja WOŚP

 

We would like to invite you to join in our attempt to set another record at simultaneous CPR! Let's try to beat our record from 2016 when we established a new record of Poland - we were joined by 16 557 people who took part in the biggest CPR lesson in the country! Let's show that even more people can learn how to help others this year too. 

We kick off our massive lesson on October 16th, at noon sharp and we encourage your school or institution to take part in this fun challenge! 

 

 

 

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