We at The TK Foundation are pleased to support Royal Canadian Marine Search & Rescue. RCM-SAR’s mission to save lives on the water supports the core investment mandates of our foundation: to promote knowledge of the seas and oceans, and to strengthen maritime safety and security for the betterment of individuals, communities and the environment. We are pleased that our grant will enable RCM-SAR to move forward with the construction of their new training facility.
The Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation is pleased to support Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue as part of our five-year commitment to British Columbia’s marine and port community charitable organizations. The Washington Foundation and RCM-SAR share a focus on community service and are tied to the waters and rich history of the British Columbia coast. RCM-SAR is a vital part of the marine rescue system on the west coast, and we are proud to support it.
The Sisters of St. Ann (BC) are pleased to have selected Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue as our preferred non-profit organization to purchase our sacred site at Glenairley in 2012. We are confident that through their stewardship they will continue to protect and enhance Glenairley’s natural beauty as it begins its new life with RCM-SAR as home to its new training facility.
Coast Capital Savings is proud to support our local communities and salutes the Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue for helping build a richer future for our communities through their commitment to public safety.
Ralph D. McRae, Businessman and Lawyer, former member of RCM-SAR Board of Governors
British Columbia has a proud maritime tradition and vigorous future that can only be sustained if the safety of the vessels that ply our coasts and the crews that serve them is assured. As a recreational boater I am comforted that – night or day – the members of this fine organization are only ever a short time away.