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The Commodore - Air Rescue Summer Crew Challenge 2018

Closed Fundraiser page created in the Event category by Crystal Tamou

  • $6,591.00 donated
  • 110 generous donors

We are raising funds for a very critical life saving service in our community.

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We have taken the challenge to see if we can fill the shoes of the Air Rescue Crew AND raise money to support the Westpac Rescue Helicopter.

- Please MAKE A DONATION today.

- Please SHARE THIS PAGE with all your colleagues and friends.

WHAT IS THE CHALLENGE?

The challenge is based on 50% fundraising and 50% crew challenge.

In the challenge (designed by the Air Rescue Crew themselves) we will compete head to head with other businesses to show superior fitness and speed, teamwork, survival skills, problem solving and patient care.

We also aim to raise $5,000 to support the Westpac Rescue Helicopter.

HOW CAN YOU HELP?

- MAKE A DONATION to help us reach our goal.

- Please SHARE THIS PAGE with all your colleagues and friends (click the SEND BY EMAIL or the SHARE THE LINK on social media)

You will help us win the challenge and your donation will make a life-saving difference in our community!

WHY IS IT IMPORTANT?

The Canterbury West Coast Air Rescue Trust provides air rescue services to the largest single geographical area in New Zealand – watching over the lives of over 600,000 people.

In a life and death situation where every minute counts, air rescue may be a patient’s only chance for survival.

Getting specialist care to the patient within one hour of the onset of illness or injury increases the chance of the patient making a full recovery by up to 80% - this is referred to as the ‘golden hour’.

The Air Rescue crews are on duty 24/7 and this year will respond to over 900 missions across our region (that’s an average of 3 missions each day)!

Air Rescue is only 50% funded by our government so the Canterbury West Coast Air Rescue Trust must raise $7 million from the community every year to continue to provide a professional air rescue and air ambulance service.

We rely on businesses and individuals to support this air rescue service. We need you as much as you need us!

On behalf of the Air Rescue Crew and most importantly the patients we are called upon to rescue.

THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING THIS CRITICAL SERVICE.

Page created by:

Crystal Tamou

Individual
Canterbury

The Commodore Airport Hotel proudly supports the Westpac Rescue Helicopter and all they do for the wider community. We have worked closely with them over the years and will continue to support the vital work they do year round

All funds raised benefit:

Participating in:

  • $6,591.00 donated
  • 110 generous donors

$6,591 donated

$5,000

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This fundraiser page was created on 10 Jan 2018 and closed at 23:59 NZST (UTC +12:00) on 11 Mar 2018.

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