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The Kommetjie Sea Rescue crew training.At NSRI… every day is Mandela Day. Our Sea Rescue crew are on standby 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.If you would like to do something special to honour our Sea Rescue crews and our past Patron, Nelson Mandela, it would mean so much to us…You can donate to Sea Rescue to honour our volunteers selfless effort. To donate online click here.You can support our new Kommetjie boathouse project ... donate via GivenGain by clicking here.SMS 32287 (R1/SMS) with your name and a message of support for our Sea Rescue crew.Or make a donation to the Sea Rescue Base of your choice via SnapScan (the NSRI Snapcode is below)If you have other ideas on how you would like to help, email us on and we will contact you.NSRI snapcode
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