Search and Rescue Saskatchewan Association of Volunteers - SARSAV

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Next SARSAV Quarterly General Members Meeting 

Date: December 11th 2021 - SATURDAY
Time: 10:00
Location: Saskatoon - In-Person meeting and 25th Anniversary Celebration 
Virtual - via ZOOM Invites and location of In Person meeting will go out to guests, and chapter contacts directly. Members nwishing to join remotely will be able to access event zoom link inside their chapter's Volunteer Rescue website. 
 
If you are a SARSAV member and wish to attend please contact your chapter contact or the SARSAV executive for a invite.

The Organization

Like many things in this world Search and Rescue Saskatchewan Association of Volunteers was born out of tragedy, in 1994 a young Ashley Read more...

The People

Search and Rescue is not for the well-intentioned person who feels good about volunteering. If it is going to be done right, it Read more...

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Search And Rescue Saskatchewan Association of Volunteers (SARSAV) is comprised of member chapters of search and rescue professionals (paid and not paid) who volunteer their time for training, search missions, preventative information and public awareness.

SARSAV - Search and Rescue Saskatchewan Association of Volunteers

SARSAV is the provincial organization responsible for professional volunteer SAR in Saskatchewan. SARSAV is comprised of 2q member chapters and over 450 individual SARSAV members across Saskatchewan. SARSAV provides support, training, oversight, funding, representation and coordination for all member chapters. Each individual member of a SAR chapter is a member of SARSAV and of member of the National Search and Rescue Volunteer Association of Canada - SARVAC.

This website has been provided by SARSAV as part of SARSAV's Data Management and SAR resource tracking project. This project was made possible through the SAR NIF Program funding by Public Safety Canada and the National Search Secretariate.

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This web site has been created by and is provided by VolunteerRescue of SKRPC Holdings Inc., Fernie, BC, Canada.