Portable defibrillators have been presented to a number of local groups and organisations courtesy of Craigavon Cardiac Care Association.
This is the latest batch of defibrillators to have been handed over by the charity since the beginning of 2014, and brings the total number to 37.
The groups which received them last week were Bethany Free Presbyterian Church, Edenderry Methodist Church, Armagh Road Presbyterian Church. Portadown Independent Methodist Church and Carleton St Orange Hall.
Other groups which have benefitted include sports clubs, Gaelic clubs, Orange and community halls.
Rodney Wiggins of the CCCA said part of the proceeds from the annual draw go to fund the machines, which cost £1,000 each.
He added, “It’s our way of giving back to the community. We ask for a donation towards CCCA from any group who receives a defibrillator.
“We also provide training in their use.”
Mr Wiggins said money raised in the draw also goes towards cardiac research and equipment.