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Our organisation exists for the interests of all water users in South Africa. There is a place for everyone to be part of our family whether it’s by simply following our stories, volunteering or funding a project. Whichever way you choose to engage, we will value it dearly and honour your support with discipline, and integrity.
We value your trust in what we do.

You can choose the way you would like to support us below; there is something for everyone.


Sponsor Paintsmiths Bannner
FUNDRAISING  | Published: 30 August 2022

Thank you, Paintsmiths

Without the support of sponsors, donors and partners, the NSRI would not be able to continue its lifesaving and water-safety education work. We thank Paintsmiths, which came onboard last year, for their sponsorship of Pink Rescue Buoys and their donations from tins of paint sold.

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FUNDRAISING  | Published: 22 August 2022

We've drawn the winner for our R100,000 August Draw

It's not often you get a call from someone who tells you that you've won R100,000. But for one lucky donor, that's just what happened.

Two Oceans Marine Banner
FUNDRAISING  | Published: 3 August 2022

A proudly South African partnership

As a Strategic Partner, Two Oceans Marine Manufacturing is making an invaluable contribution to the NSRI’s rescue capabilities.

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FUNDRAISING  | Published: 3 August 2022

Long-time NSRI supporter wins new wheels

When Roger Hogg from KwaZulu-Natal received a call from the NSRI saying that he had won a Mitsubishi ASX 2.0L in their 4-Car Competition, he was convinced it was a joke.

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FUNDRAISING  | Published: 29 June 2022

Collaborative partnership saves lives

Gemini Marine came on board as a Strategic Partner in 2020, but the NSRI has enjoyed an exceptional relationship with the company for nearly 40 years.

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FUNDRAISING  | Published: 16 May 2022

Grateful thanks to Metropolitan

Recent Platinum Partner Metropolitan Health Group has lent its support to the NSRI’s Water Safety programme.