My students need CPR and First Aid supplies such as disposable gloves, bandages, and a bag mask resuscitator to learn how to save a life.
Did you learn CPR in high school? My students want to learn how to save a life, but they can't do it without supplies. CPR should be something taught in all high schools.
My students range from 9th to 12th grade.
They are enthusiastic and eager to learn new things. Our school is located in a lower income community, but we won't let that stop us from learning a lesson that may save a life. My students want to learn how to potentially save a sibling from chocking or perhaps a parent during a heart attack.
The supplies we are asking (gauze, CPR bag, latex gloves and alcohol pads) will help me teach CPR and first aid. I will use the latex gloves and gauze to teach first aid and the importance of using personal protection while saving a life and the gauze to stop bleeding. The alcohol pads will be used to disinfect the manikins. The CPR bag will be used on the manikins as a way to demonstrate ways to perform CPR other than using mouth to mouth.
Your donation may help save a life.
Every person should learn CPR and first aid. Teenagers also need to learn these life saving techniques because they are a personal necessity and may also help them in the workplace. Will you please help my students?
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