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OUR MISSION:Our mission is to be the most admired and trusted rescue organisation in South Africa, inspiring volunteers to join and stay, ensuring that funders are proud to be associated with us and building national pride.Our goal is to prevent drowning through education, through preventative measures and through rescue. Year after year we update and improve on our skills and techniques and we continuously investigate new technologies to achieve this aim.We visit schools around the country teaching children about water safety, what to do in an emergency and how to do bystander CPR. We have built an online training academy for our crew and extended this platform to include free courses for the public as well. Other preventative measures include emergency signage, Pink Rescue Buoys for emergency flotation, rescue swimmers, lifeguards and active patrols during peak seasons.Our charity is funded through a broad support base where most of our donors are private individuals whodonate an average of R50 a month.
OUR VISION:Saving Lives. Changing Lives. Creating Futures
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