Brigadier Hodgetts explains the origins of citizenAID

Brigadier Hodgetts explains that the origins of citizenAID actually go back to the 1980’s Brigadier Tim Hodgetts CBE OStJ “I had only just qualified as a doctor in 1986 when I first realised you didn’t need any equipment to save a life. Well before the age of the mobile phone I stopped at night on a dark country road at a road accident. The teenage driver had lost his arm above the elbow and was bleeding heavily. There was no time to wait for help. I improvised a tourniquet with his belt. He survived. 2 years later he won a gold medal at the Seoul Paralympics. As if I needed another prompt to follow a career in emergency medicine, in 1991 I was in a hospital in Belfast that was destroyed by

citizenAID proud to receive Wesleyan Foundation funding

citizenAID is proud to announce it has received a sizeable donation from the Wesleyan Foundation. Committed to ‘doing the right thing’, the Wesleyan Foundation launched in May 2017 and is designed to provide financial support to its members, customers and local communities. The Foundation likes to engage its customers and members as much as possible, and each quarter invites them to vote for which charitable cause they feel should receive the most support. This quarter, citizenAID was selected as one of the funded charities, alongside Dentaid, LawCare and Street Doctors. Co-Founder of citizenAID, Brigadier Tim Hodgetts, confirmed: “As a philanthropic initiative, citizenAID relies on external

IXCG supports citizenAID in the Essex area

citizenAID is pleased to announce a new partnership with Technology Consultancy and Cyber Security firm IXCG Limited. The partnership will help to promote and support the citizenAID initiative, serving to educate the Essex based communities in the event of a mass casualty situation. When asked about the partnership, IXCG Managing Director Nick Bown said, “Being prepared for all eventualities is a key part of the message we pass to our clients, and much of our work involves keeping the public’s data safe, so being able to support them physically as well is a logical extension of our work.” “We look forward to being able to promote citizenAID’s message to the local community and schools, as we

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