Donate to Land Search & Rescue
Usually when you hear about Land Search and Rescue (LandSAR) in the media, it’s a story of someone whose life was saved by our volunteers, which is due to your incredible support of LandSAR. Today, remember the faces that you don’t see, think about the ones whose stories you may never read but whose gratitude for your kindness will be forever etched on their hearts.
With your support, you are helping to train/equip/support our 62 Local Groups, 5 Specialist Disciplines and 3,500 voluntary members from across the country, every dollar you donate, does, and will make a difference and ultimately, you are helping us to save lives.
62 local groups
throughout New Zealand
Specialist Discipline Teams
Other ways to give
Donations over $5 (other than payroll giving above) are tax deductible and we are happy to send you a receipt on request. We are a voluntary organisation registered as a charity under the Charities Act 2005; number CC 11286.
New Zealand Land Search and Rescue Incorporated
Account No: 12-3191-0046063-02
You can to donate to LandSAR directly from your pay if your employer supports this scheme and files their deductions electronically with the Inland Revenue (IRD). With payroll giving you get an immediate tax rebate for one third of your donation. For example, if you donate $15 to LandSAR through payroll giving, your take home pay will reduce by only $10. You can find out more about it on the IRD website.
Please remember Land Search and Rescue when you are making your Will.
Photo credit: Brent Hollow
“Thank you to the amazing the team who got my friend and I out safely yesterday from the Hollyford track. I cannot feel more fortunate to have been able to rely on LandSAR and so grateful for the kindness and understanding given in a scenario where getting out of our beautiful and sometimes unforgiving backyard safety is needed. I always knew how important LandSAR’s mahi is for preventing serious injuries and saving lives, but now a new level of appreciation has been found!”
“Thanks to you and all the volunteers for your amazing mahi in finding my friend and all you and the police do.”
“Keen mountain biker and occasional tramper. Really valuable service, hope my donation helps.”