"On behalf of everyone associated with The Lord Wedgwood Charity, we would like to give our sincerest regards to the family, friends and business associates of Lord Piers Wedgwood. You will be deeply missed, but never forgotten. We are proud to carry on the mission of helping save lives through the placement of AED's. Due to an outpouring of love, support and wishes to donate to The Lord Wedgwood Charity, we've set-up a convenient way for those who wish to donate. You can click on the "Donate and Apply" tab at the top of our homepage. You can also mail your donations to The Lord Wedgwood Charity."

The Lord Wedgwood Charity | 1572 Montgomery Hwy, Suite 202, Birmingham, Alabama 35216

Mission Statement

Our Mission:  To fight sudden cardiac arrest, which claims more than 250,000 lives per year and to raise awareness about the need for public access defibrillation in the community.

Our Purpose:  To raise funds in order to place AEDs in schools and community gathering places.

Our Vision:  To make public access defibrillation the standard, not the exception, and to help drastically reduce the number of cardiac-related deaths in the coming  years.

About Us

After suffering a major heart attack while playing golf in Birmingham, Alabama, in 2001, Lord Piers Wedgwood, international ambassador for Wedgwood China and Waterford Crystal, and member of the British House of Lords, was inspired to give back to the community. Following his recovery, Lord Wedgwood formed the Lord Wedgwood Charity with Birmingham-based business leaders to help place Automatic External Defibrillators (AEDs) in high schools and community gathering places.

Lord Wedgwood and long-time friend and business partner, Frank Bromberg, III, along with Floyd Larkin and Robbie Robertson, created the Lord Wedgwood Links to Life Celebrity Golf Classic to raise funds. Since its establishment, the Lord Wedgwood Charity has placed 180 AEDs in Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, Florida, Virginia, Mississippi, Louisiana Pennsylvania and Texas. The charity is proud that at least five lives have been saved due to its donations and the awareness it has raised.

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