What have we been up to recently? whats coming up? and how can you help?

Jay's AIM to work with Exeter Chiefs - Hitz Project


Exeter Chief's Hitz Projet are the latest of a number of organisations to invite Jay's AIM in to present to the young people they work with.  Jay's AIM will be visiting Sandy Park to provide presentations and CPR/AED training from September 2018.  More details will be added soon. 


Exeter Area National Citizen Service Programme  to include CPR/AED presentations and  training provided by Jay's AIM


Exeter City in the Community who run the Exeter area National Citizen Service have asked Jay's AIM to provide CPR training and presentations to all 600 fifteen to seventeen year olds that have booked a place on their programme this summer.  The sessions will take place  at Bicton College on the 4th, 11th and 18th July, and the 1st and 8th of August.  We are delighted to be working with a national programme and hope that this is the start of a strong relationship with Exeter City in the Community.

Official Launch of Jay's AIM


The full details are still to be confirmed, but we hope to have a black tie dinner for the official launch of Jay's AIM later this year.  It is hoped the charity will be able to secure a guest speaker from the sporting world who has first hand experience of cardiac conditions.

Apply for one of our 5 places at the Torbay Half Marathon - Sunday June 24th 2018


The organisers of the Torbay Half Marathon, which takes place in Torquay, have kindly donated 5 places for this years event.  If you are interested  in representing Jay's AIM in this event and raising sponsorship from friends and family please get in touch using the contact page.   We would strongly encourage all successful applicants to take part  in a screening session or to have had an ECG with their GP before entering.  Good Luck!

First school signs up to visits from Jay's AIM


The first school has signed up to a Yr11 assembly from Jay's AIM.  Dawlish Community College have booked an assembly slot for September 2018 and hope to run the awareness assembly on an annual basis.  The Expressive Arts faculty at the college have also chosen Jay's AIM as their 2018/19 charity with proceeds from events such as their annual 24 hour concert going to the charity.  More schools are expected to book slots and welcome the charity through their gates in the coming months.

remember to send in your photos and fundraising reports throughout the year to be published here!