SOUTH PUGET SOUND MOBILE SEARCH AND RESCUE
Rating: 4.91 stars 11 reviews
Issues: Disaster Aid
Location: P.O. Box 4074 Tumwater WA 98501 USA
Target demographics: Law Enforcement, Department of Emergency Management, Our Community of Thurston County as well as surrounding Counties
Direct beneficiaries per year: Search and assist for numerous missing, lost or injured persons. We are very proud to have been the first Non-profit "lost Child Booth" in the history of lakefairs' 5 day event. We assisted Olympia Police Department in re-uniting 6 lost children.
Geographic areas served: Washington State
Programs: Search and Rescue Services for missing, lost or injured persons through various forms of rescue Base support, 4x4, ATV & Mt. Bike. Emergency Preparedness, Disaster Response, Public Safety.
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As the Captain of SPSMSAR I do have a somewhat bias opinion. This SAR unit is the best organization I've ever been a part of. We are some of the most dedicated, giving, and caring individuals you'll ever meet. Being a part of this group is like having a second family. We all bring something special to the table that makes us whole. Knowing I have a group of friends that have my back and allow me to be a part of giving back to our community is a wonderful feeling. Our willingness to share our experiences, learn, and grow together is invaluable. We have been a huge part of reuniting loved ones, providing support, and focusing on the greater good of our society. All this while having fun enjoying the great outdoors, improving our skills, and enjoying the company of some wonderful folks.
I could go on and on about South Puget Sound Mobile Search and Rescue. If you'd like to know more specifics about who we are and what we do, feel free to visit our website spsmsar.org, join us at our monthly team meeting, or contact us directly.
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increase the financial and educational support provided by our County's Sheriff's office in the forms of training, supplies, and equipment.
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Thank you Captain for such a wonderful review