Please Donate to keep our Rescue Boats on the water.

You will be issued with a tax deductible receipt.

VMR Mornington is an Income Tax Exempt Charity and have an endorsement as a Deductible Gift recipient under Sub Division 30-BA of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997.

 If this is a donation due to VMR providing assistance please mark it as "Rescue" in the "Add special instructions to recipient field" If you wish to receive a donation receipt please add your email address as well. Thankyou - The team at VMR

 

Tax deductible receipts issued with any donation over $2.00

 

 

Or enter your name, email address, in the "subject type "donation and your telephone number", one of our members will call you shortly - Thankyou

 

VMR Mornington is an Income Tax Exempt Charity and have an endorsement as a Deductible Gift recipient under Sub Division 30-BA of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997.

Fundraising and Donations
 
Even if you take every possible safety precaution, disaster can strike at any moment. When that happens, you can always count on the volunteers of  VMR. Can we count on you?

 

In 2012 - 2013, VMR units responded to over 200 taskings of marine incidents. More than any other volunteer marine rescue group in Victoria.

Our members also participated in over 50 training exercises.

With 40 members and 3 vessels, the resources made available to VMR are considerable and the contribution of our volunteers significant (about 5,000 volunteer hours in 2012-2013).

 

VMR receives partial funding from the Government. These funds are greatly appreciated but funds are also required to raise the additional contributions needed to maintain its rescue services, keep its units equipped with the proper search and rescue equipment and to train its members to save lives at sea.

 

By contributing to VMR, individuals, clubs, societies, trusts and companies can help us save more lives.

There are a number of ways that VMR raise the funds required to maintain the volunteer rescue service in Port Phillip & Westernport: We run Bunning's Sausage Sizzles, Tin Rattles on Nepean Highway, Annual Trivia Evenings and run many other activities.

 

Remember the VMR in your will

You can support our organization by bequeathing funds from your estate. It is a simple matter of placing the following statement in your Last Will and Testament: I bequeath the sum of (amount in dollars) to VMR Mornington - Volunteer Marine Rescue Inc. and declare that the receipt of the Treasurer, or other proper officer for the time being of the said organisation, shall be sufficient discharge for same.

Your solicitor can also advise you on different ways to leaving a contribution to VMR.

 

VMR would like to thank those who have and continue to support us.
Commercial promotions or sponsorships

If you are in business, VMR may be able to work with you on commercial promotions or sponsorships.

Advertisement-Sponsorships

 

VMR is a Registered Charity. Your donation is tax deductible.

 

How to Donate
 
Your tax-deductible contribution to VMR will allow our volunteers to continue to provide much needed rescue services in Port Phillip and Westernport. They will also help raise public awareness of the important role VMR plays in safe boating education and prevention activities.

 

Making a contribution to the VMR is easy:

 

By Mail

Mail your donation to:

VMR Mornington

PO Box 389

Mornington Victoria 3931 Australia

 

By Telephone

You may phone to arrange your donation information at 0419 233 999.

 

By E-Mail

You can e-mail your donation information to secretary@vmrmornington.com.au

 

Payment

Make cheques and postal money orders payable to :VMR Mornington - Volunteer Marine Rescue Inc. Please do not send cash.

 

  • VMR is a Registered Charity.

  • VMR never releases donors or supporters names and addresses to other organisations. 

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