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Our rescue crew are on standby 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. At NSRI... every day is Mandela Day.If you would like to do something special to honour our rescue crew and our past Patron, it would mean so much to us...1. Warm and comfort the people that we save by donating towels to your local NSRI rescue base2. Nourish our rescuers on a long rescue mission by donating stock of longlife energy bars to your local NSRI rescue base3. Equip yourself to save a life by learning how to do CPR** Please contact the RESUS council to find your nearest training centre for a CPR course.(please note: NSRI is not licensed to offer CPR courses to the public)Our boathouses are unmanned, except during training or during a rescue - to find the nearest rescue base or to make arrangements to drop goods at our head office, please call us on 021 434 4011 or email Day, 18th July: The message behind this campaign is simple – that each individual has the ability and responsibility to impact positive change every day. Its objective is to inspire individuals to take action to help change the world for the better, and in doing so, to build a global movement for good. Ultimately it seeks to empower communities everywhere.
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