The Youth Search & Rescue programme is an independent non-profit organization which enables students to develop the necessary skills to participate in becoming full active members of community volunteer Search and Rescue and Emergency Management organisations.
The programme is delivered by skilled instructors with backgrounds in Emergency Management, Search & Rescue, military, medicine, outdoor education specialists, police officers and firefighters.
We are truly grateful to maintain a network of kind-hearted supporters who contribute funds, food, and in-kind assistance, enabling us to provide an exceptional youth development program. If you wish to contribute to YSAR's mission, please get in touch with us.
We are delighted to announce that YSAR
(Youth Search and Rescue) have recently set up
a Community Group Fund at Acorn!
The fund is invested and generates returns, which are distributed back to YSAR each year. It’s a fantastic way to generate a sustainable income stream for YSAR
You can help YSAR to build their fund and secure the future of their organisation by leaving them a gift in your will, or by donating now on our website (For acorn to help you set up)
SEARCH AND RESCUE or Emergency Management VOLUNTEER?
An operational SAR or EM volunteer is a person who, of their own free will, and without expectation of profit, gives their time, effort and skill in responding to emergencies by carrying out lifesaving SAR or EM operations, as required 24/7, as part of an organisation recognised by the statutory authorities.
Every member of YSAR is a volunteer, and the only way we can continue to operate is with your help and support. No matter how small, personal donations help to keep the team running. Whether a small contribution to training costs, or as a corporate sponsor, we welcome your help to enable us to train the next generation of SAR and EM volunteers.