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Friday saw the delivery of the new 8.5m rescue boat Breede Rescuer to Witsand. The crew were very pleased and couldn't wait to get it into the water. This is quite an upgrade from the small 5.5m which served them well over the years and saw numerous rescues.The Witsand NSRI crew have raised an incredible R1 million rand … we are halfway there, and now we need your help. If 2 000 people each donate R500 – we will raise the second million that we need.Will you help ? Whether you give R500 or R50 – together, we can do it.SMS Breede Rescuer to 32287 (R1/sms) and we will call you to confirm your pledge.Deposits can be made at:
ABSA, Heerengracht Branch code: 506 009 Account: 1382480607
Account holder: National Sea Rescue Institute
Reference: 33-(your cell no)
Please email the proof of deposit to alisons@searescue.org.za or fax to (021 434 1661) with your contact details so that we can thank you and give you a tax certificate.Witsand_0171 TO REPORT A SEA RESCUE EMERGENCY DIAL 112 FROM A CELLPHONE.SMS 32287 with your name and a message of support for our Sea Rescue crew
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