Canterbury’s Cotswold Outdoor store was recently approached by Friday Filmworks to use the store during filming. All was agreed with the “fee” being a donation to KSAR and two other charities and a cheque for £500 was presented today by store manager Steve Male. A very big “thank you” to all concerned.
We are extremely grateful for some recent substantial grants from various charitable trusts: Postcode Community Trust (People’s Postcode Lottery) Roger De Haan Charitable Trust Kent Community Foundation These funds will help us purchase and convert a much-needed, brand new Search Control Vehicle. THANK YOU!
Two KSAR members known as “Team Fraggle” will be walking from London to Brighton (101km) in June in a joint fundraise for both KSAR and the BHF (British Heart Foundation). Please show your support HERE. Good luck Fraggles!
We love “working” at outdoor events and can be found on Saturday 16th April at the “Dirty Dozen Races” on the Hole Park Estate, near Cranbrook. Some of KSAR’s Water Search Teams will be using kayaks, canoes, PFDs, dry-suits and throw-lines (as well as flasks of steaming hot coffee for personal consumption) to make sure competitors safely >>Read the full article…
Our new banners and flyers have been handed over to Invicta Grammar School, Maidstone, who are holding several RAG (Raise and Give) events to raise money for us this year.
Kent Search and Rescue have been recognised by The High Sheriff of Kent with an award for “valuable contribution to the community”. The presentation at County Hall, Maidstone, saw the team receive a framed certificate and a cheque for £350. Thank you to William Alexander, The High Sheriff of Kent.
We have just received a cheque for £817.95 as proceeds from the evening’s raffle at the KCA, presented by Sangeeta from 6pm News South East. THANK YOU VERY MUCH KENT CHARITY AWARDS! Congratulations to Abigail’s Footsteps, this year’s well-deserved winners!
Last year Kent Search and Rescue were the winners of the very first Kent Charity Awards, so couldn’t enter again this year. Tonight is the night for other great Kent charities to be recognised at the 2nd KCA at the Leas Cliff Hall, Folkestone. Good luck everyone!
Thank you to Orvecare for donating more kit today: 4 x Multi-mover sheets & 10 x Emergency Thermal Blankets. They said “it is always a pleasure to help a good charity and we will keep supporting you.” Could YOUR business also help support us? Please get in touch here.
Thank you also to Dover Deanery Women’s Fellowship for their donation.