CONTRIBUTORS & FUNDRAISING.
WE'D LIKE TO THANK...
Over the years, John Lewis have been instrumental in keeping Solent Rescue in operation, they have donated significant amounts of funds and hours. The main input has been in providing us with replacement engines which are the largest expenditure items that are needed to get an effective boat afloat.
ExxonMobil & John Lewis have in the past ensured that we were able to purchase an effective lifeboat and over the years, have ensured we have had the much needed safety equipment to operate a lifeboat station.
Without this focused support throughout the decades, Solent Rescue would have ceased to operate.
WE'D ALSO LIKE TO THANK...
More Than SafteyMore Than Safety for branding our drysuits with the Solent Rescue name so we can be easily identifiable when working alongside partner agencies.
SpinlockSpinlock for their continued support and for supplying our crew with lifejackets to help keep them safe while out at sea
Force Four ChandleryForce 4 Chandlery Shamrock Quay branch for supplying general marine equipment for our new rescue assets.
Fundraising is a huge part of any lifeboat station but none more so that independent lifeboat stations dotted around the UK coastlines.
As an organisation, we are always looking for fundraising volunteers to help co-ordinate fundraising activities and help with fundraising activities on a street level. This year, more than ever, we are requiring thorough fundraising activities to help push our lifeboat organisation into a top life-saving unit.
If you think you can help in anyway, please use the contact form below or email email@example.com
NEXT FUNDRAISING EVENT
We have secured enough funding to enable us to secure a new lookout.
Thank you to everyone who has contributed to this appeal. we are hopeful that we should have the new unit in time for our 2020 season.
The next fundraising project is:
When we received the Artic 24 from Sidmouth we were aware that its major service would be due at the end of 2020. This includes new and updated technology and new engines plus some other work.
This work will be in the region of £40,000 to complete.
We are therefore looking at commercial sponsorship of the project as well as donations, if you are or know of a company that may be able to help please email