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Byline: Easter Ross Fundraising Branch and Invergordon Lifeboat Station came out on top after being classed as Regional Branch Winner in the RNLI Support Awards 2014 Category at the RNLI Scottish Council Annual Meeting and Awards ceremony in Perth.
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The
fundraisers, of Easter Ross branch are a team of volunteers from the local
community, partners and family of crew, that work continuously to raise money
for the RNLI and Invergordon Lifeboat Station.

 

Recognised
for gratitude and appreciation for outstanding contribution to the work of the
lifeboat service and helping save lives at sea, the award was presented to
Station Mechanic and Fundraising Chairman Kevin Dent at the award ceremony held
in Perth’s Concert Hall on Thursday 12th June.

 

The
Branch work closely with the Lifeboat volunteer crew to run a number of
fundraising events each year, including the RNLI / Port Authority Open Day,
RNLI Raft Race, Golf Competitions, Football Competitions, Bad Boy Days and
countless collections at local supermarkets.

 

Branch
and Station Press Officer Michael MacDonald said “We are delighted to be
awarded this award, and it is a big thanks to everyone involved in the
Fundraising Branch and Lifeboat Station as whole.”

 

The
work of the fundraisers on averaging brings in around £25,000 – £30,000 per
year for the RNLI, the charity that relies on fundraising and public donations
to ensure a 24/7 Search and Rescue service around UK and Ireland.

Byline: Easter Ross Fundraising Branch and Invergordon Lifeboat Station came out on top after being classed as Regional Branch Winner in the RNLI Support Awards 2014 Category at the RNLI Scottish Council Annual Meeting and Awards ceremony in Perth.
Page Content: The fundraisers, of Easter Ross branch are a team of volunteers from the local community, partners and family of crew, that work continuously to raise money for the RNLI and Invergordon Lifeboat Station.   Recognised for gratitude and appreciation for outstanding contribution to the work of the lifeboat service and helping save lives at sea, the award was presented to Station Mechanic and Fundraising Chairman Kevin Dent at the award ceremony held in Perth’s Concert Hall on Thursday 12th June.  

The Branch work closely with the Lifeboat volunteer crew to run a number of fundraising events each year, including the RNLI / Port Authority Open Day, RNLI Raft Race, Golf Competitions, Football Competitions, Bad Boy Days and countless collections at local supermarkets.  

Branch and Station Press Officer Michael MacDonald said “We are delighted to be awarded this award, and it is a big thanks to everyone involved in the Fundraising Branch and Lifeboat Station as whole.”  

The work of the fundraisers on averaging brings in around £25,000 - £30,000 per year for the RNLI, the charity that relies on fundraising and public donations to ensure a 24/7 Search and Rescue service around UK and Ireland.