Campbell River Search and Rescue
Campbell River Search and Rescue Society is a group of dedicated volunteers who provide a vital lifeline to those who are lost or injured in the beautiful wilderness of northern Vancouver Island.
The nature of search and rescue work in British Columbia seems to be changing. Because of technology, we are doing less actual searching and more responding to calls of help from people who can tell us where they are. But the challenge for us is that we must still stay trained and ready for the next big search.
Campbell River Search and Rescue would not be a fraction of what it is today, without ongoing support from our community. Local government, service clubs, businesses and individuals have contributed enormous resources toward training, equipment and facilities, and for that we are very grateful. Tax deductible donations can be made directly through our website.
BC SAR Groups do not solicit funds by phone
Neither the BCSARA nor the Search and Rescue groups recognized by the Province as part of the Public Safety Lifeline solicit funding by telephone. You can learn more about this policy, and what to do if someone has contacted you by phone claiming to be a SAR group requesting funds here: BCSARA : Telephone Solicitation
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Campbell River Volunteer Search and Rescue Society shared CBC Vancouver's post.
It was a harrowing afternoon for a group of tubers, floating down the Puntledge River on Thursday, July 5.
Campbell River Volunteer Search and Rescue Society shared Campbell River Mirror's post.
Campbell River Volunteer Search and Rescue Society shared Alberta Search and Rescue Tracking Association's post.
CAMPBELL RIVER, B.C- Not every person would think to fling themselves out of a plane as a memorial, but Scotty Maclaren did. ... more ›
Campbell River Volunteer Search and Rescue Society is in Campbell River, British Columbia.
Donate to CR SAR
Campbell River Search and Rescue, like other SAR groups in BC relies upon donations and grants in order to maintain our equipment, train our volunteers and keep the lights on.
Is this an emergency?
For emergencies call 9-1-1
If you are concerned about a friend or family member who is missing, overdue, or possibly injured, please call 911. We are only dispatched via the Police, Fire or Ambulance service. They will make the decision to call us. We would rather be called sooner than later; we don’t mind being turned back when the person shows up without incident!
Our (Non-Emergency) Phone: 250-923-2500