With this article, I really want to take the initiative to publicly thank one of our biggest sponsors to date, with our efforts to creating a much safer community locally. As we’ve mentioned before the whole purpose of this site is to get some people to become active in their own circles to start doing some volunteer work in regards to rescue teams. It was also mentioned across this blog, that whoever doesn’t have the time or the energy to go out and do this themselves, they can feel free to send donations which will serve that purpose of people that have all the time and energy in the world, but need the resources to get this volunteer work done.
A very good connection we have had with a US company and the launch of this site, was the reason we got a very handsome disclosed amount from Limo Rental Columbia who reached out to us via e-mail and asked us about our needs. As soon as we outlined specifically certain expenses we would have this month, they didn’t hesitate a second into making their financial contribution. When asked what could we do for them in return their response was “just take care of your community and don’t worry about the rest.”
How strong is that? Publicly I want to thank this incredible limousine company that is located out in Columbia, South Carolina. If you guys ever need a luxury ride, you know where to find the most generous company. Thank you so much to you all once again!
This shootout gives me an opportunity to discuss the real needs of our philanthropic institution: within the next couple of months, we will be purchasing some very advanced gear and boat equipment to make sure that we are always getting on time at the place of the incident and are able to carry on with the project with success. So we could really need all the money we could use in this. We are putting up our own money for this as well and have done some fundraising events to raise more. Note that this is tax deductible and especially when you make an overseas donation, that gives you some extra tax credit points (consult your CPA.) So the benefits are multiple, but of course your intentions for this should be purely those of a volunteer that simply doesn’t have the time to go out and do this himself.