Search And Rescue
Water Search and Rescue is seeking the donation of a replacement for
primary search and rescue vessel. An outboard powered, 22' to 24'
cuddy cabin is desired. Since BWSAR is a recognized 501 3c
organization, and the
fact that the boat is to be retained and used for search and rescue
the donor is eligible for the full fair market value for tax purposes.
Past Missions, Articles, Clippings and such...
in the Beaufort Gazette, 4/23/06
Published in the Beaufort Gazette, 3/3/02
Marine Rescue Squadron Gets Non-Profit Status.
The Beaufort Marine Rescue Squadron recently acquired non-profit status, which will allow the organization to accept tax-deductible donations, according to Skipper Doyle Clifton. Clifton said the organization has been trying to get the status for years and finished the paperwork in the past few weeks. The squadron receives money from Beaufort County Council each year, but it doesn't cover the costs of operations, he said. Clifton said the squadron's number of missions has increased in recent years, and he hopes the new status will bring in more donations. Donations such as old boats might not be used by the squadron, Clifton said, but they can be sold to help pay the squadron's bills. Contributions can be accepted through a sponsor organization called Beaufort Water Search and Rescue
Published in the Beaufort Gazette, 4/17/06
Published in the Beaufort Gazette, 6/1/06
Published in the Beaufort Gazette, 5/31/06
Published in the Beaufort Gazette, 6/13/06
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