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The Daniel Baird Foundation promoting Bleed Control Kits to save lives

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As we promote and campaign various organisations, we have been invited by several News Media agencies to give interviews and help promote this very worthy cause. Please click on the news media links below to find out more.

Read More >> Birmingham: Bleed control kits rolled out to combat knife crime epidemic

Lifesaving bleed control kits are to be rolled out to public venues across Birmingham, as the city grapples with a spate of knife related murders.

It comes as the chief constable of West Midlands' Police declared knife crime "an emergency" after three teenagers were murdered in less than a fortnight.


BBC Midlands Interview with Lynne Baird and Holly Baird.

Lynne talks about her son Dan Baird, who's life was cruelly taken away at the age of 26 by a knife wielding murderer outside a pub in digbeth, Birmingham.

She campaigns for Blood Kits to be positioned nationwide in publicly accessible places so that vital first aid can be administered to save their lives until medical services arrive.


Read More >> The Dan Baird "stop knife crime" Campaign | Unite For Our Society

The campaign was also discussed on BBC Radio WM and Lynne spoke to Alex Lester, highlighting the potential of these kits in saving lives and gave information about the fundraising campaign.


Read More >> Mum of murdered stab victim wants 'bleed control kits' in the UK | Metro News

The devastated mother of a murdered stab victim has been given Government backing for her life-saving campaign to install 'bleed control kits' into Britain's towns and cities. Lynne Baird's son...


Read More >> Grieving mother secures Britain's first ever life-saving 'bleed kits' in pubs in Birmingham | Daily Mail Online

Lynne Baird, 62, lost son Daniel, 26, when he bled to death in minutes outside The Forge Tavern in Digbeth, Birmingham, after being knifed while out celebrating a new job with friends in July 2017.


Read More >> Knife crime: Bleed control kit could 'save lives'

A mum who has lost her son to knife crime is campaigning for publicly available and accessible 'bleed control kits'