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The initiative is a response to the worrying reality that less than five per cent of Australians have the ability to help others in an emergency situation.

From left: Rebecca Metzger, Jordan Cohen, Eli Grauman, Jeff Engelman, Jesse Lenn, Zac Seidman, Coby Adams, Gabi Blomson.
From left: Rebecca Metzger, Jordan Cohen, Eli Grauman, Jeff Engelman, Jesse Lenn, Zac Seidman, Coby Adams, Gabi Blomson.

A GROUP of Moriah College alumni are giving back to the community in a vital way.

Community Health Support (CHS) is a new and unique initiative, with Jesse Lenn as executive director, and a wealth of alumni and Moriah family members involved, including Aidan Baron as clinical lead, Zac Seidman as education lead, and Darren Chait and Lauren Ehrlich among the directors.

It is a not for profit community organisation, with the aim to train community members to a basic standard level of first aid, and plans to expand the volunteer network to assist in the community.

The initiative is a response to the worrying reality that less than five per cent of Australians have the ability to help others in an emergency situation.

Their mission is to enhance communal resilience and safety by providing a holistic and proactive approach to the first aid needs of the community across Sydney. CHS pride themselves in doing this in an inclusive, professional, and community-focused manner.

By providing accessible and inclusive first aid courses and sessions, CHS will ensure that everyone is given the information to be able to help and the confidence to act – lifting the first aid readiness of the whole community.

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