Online Fundraising

Help St John WA turn more streets into Defib Drives.

Contribute to a community defibrillator and make Western Australia safer as we build more resilient communities together. Donations from $2.00 are tax deductible.



We respect your privacy & security. For details please refer to our Privacy Policy and Data Collection Policy

Defib Drive Donations

1 Donation Details
2 Donor Details
3 Payment
  • Donation amount

  • A gift of $1,500 will fund an entire defib and give you the option to have your name or a loved one’s name engraved on it.

What is a Defib Drive?

St John WA Defib Drive is your chance to help put 100 defibrillators into communities that need them most. We want to turn normal streets into “defib drives”. This is a really important initiative because when someone has a cardiac arrest, that person's likelihood of survival drops 10% for every minute a defib is not used. Given that 70% of cardiac arrests occur in residential areas, the more Defib Drives there are, the more lives that will be saved. Cardiac arrest is one of the leading causes of death in WA. Help St John WA help you and your community by donating now.

These areas need defibs now.

These are the communities that will benefit most from having a Defib Drive.

Find out how a defib saved this everyday West Aussie.

Mark Vivian - School Teacher


Mark’s teaching colleagues and the use of a defibrillator saved his life when he went into cardiac arrest at a school event.

What is a defib?

A defibrillator is a device which delivers an electric current to help restart the heart of someone suffering from a cardiac arrest. To learn how simple it is to use a defib, please watch the video below.

Why is St John WA raising funds for defibs?

St John WA provides a wide range of services and products to regional and metro communities across WA. As a for purpose, non-profit organisation we work with our community to achieve our goals. The Defib Drive initiative is a new, collaborative community project where you can partner with St John WA to put more defibs within reach. It’s about making WA safer, together.