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Community Rescue Service gets ‘wind’ in its sails!

Thursday, 13 July 2017

Community Rescue Service gets ‘wind’ in its sails! thumbnailSimple Power Chief Executive Philip Rainey with Community Rescue Service’s Geordie Cavanagh alongside some of the charity’s volunteers. GB28969 p9

LOCAL wind energy company, Simple Power, has announced a new CSR partnership with the Community Rescue Service (CRS) which operates across County Antrim.
The company will be working with the regional voluntary organisation, which provides search and rescue response for missing persons throughout Northern Ireland, to deliver its much needed 24/7 services.
Simple Power will provide support to the charity and participate in awareness building activities throughout the year.
The Community Rescue Service has multiple teams across Northern Ireland providing the primary response for missing persons; the charity is the designated Lowland Rescue organisation in the region.
The many charity volunteers deliver a range of services including for example vital crisis intervention and suicide intervention/prevention, Rural and Urban Search and Rescue, Water Rescue, community support and education.
Simple Power Chief Executive, Philip Rainey commented: "We are delighted to celebrate this new partnership with the Community Rescue Service.
“The work these volunteers do is commendable and we look forward to supporting and raising awareness of their vital work throughout Northern Ireland."
*Read the full story in this week's Ballymena Guardian.

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