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Close to 30 defibrillators donated to emergency personnel

Your generosity is making sure Door County is a safer place to live, work, and play. Twenty-nine defibrillators were donated to Door County Sheriff’s Deputies, DNR officials, Sturgeon Bay Police officers, and others as a part of the DefibsforDoorCounty Initiative. An anonymous donor contributed $75,000 to purchase 80 defibrillators for distribution throughout the community with individual donors matching the rest. Door County Fire Chiefs Association President Chris Hecht says he appreciates the support the effort has already received in the first month since the campaign was announced.

Door County government agencies can apply for the units by clicking this link. Schools, places of worship, and businesses or venues that attract large crowds can apply for their own defibrillators beginning next month.


Picture courtesy of the Door County Fire Chiefs Association

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