New Zealand Land Search & Rescue

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New Zealand Land Search & Rescue (LandSAR) is the national volunteer organisation which provides free land search and rescue services.

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LANDSAR IS ONE OF THE MOST TRUSTED CHARITIES IN NEW ZEALAND. Our search and rescue volunteers contribute their time freely and we need to train and equip them. They donated over 157,000 hours in the year ended June 2018 to training and rescue operations. The goodwill and generosity of the public can help us fund accredited training programmes, ongoing operational expenses and equipment purchases.

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Provides expert land search and rescue services free of charge to members of the public lost or missing in suburban, urban, wilderness and rural areas, shorelines and caves throughout New Zealand.


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  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor 7 days ago

    $25

    $25

  • Andrew

    Andrew on 04 Nov 2019

    $1,000

    I can't thank you enough

    $1,000

  • Jo

    Jo on 29 Oct 2019

    $15

    Thank you for finding a much loved family member.

    $15

  • Daniel

    Daniel on 27 Oct 2019

    $100

    $100

  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 21 Oct 2019

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    Thank you for looking for Mike

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Tax credit Donations of over $5 are eligible for a New Zealand charitable giving tax credit.
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