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Become a supporting member

Your supporting membership saves lives! You play a major role in ensuring that our rescue missions on both water and air continue to save lives. With your sponsoring membership we jointly stand up against the EU’s failure to act and send out rescue ships and reconnaissance planes to the deadliest border in the world!

Your decision to become a supporting member helps us to be able to plan our missions for the long term!

 

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What your regular donation can accomplish:

10 € – Medical treatment of burns

25 € – Equipment of 25 persons with rescue blankets

50 € – Purchase of 5 lifejackets

100 € – Medical treatment of a highly dehydrated person

150 € – Medical treatment of a severely dehydrated toddler

500 € – A life raft to save up to 60 people from drowning.

Through your supporting membership in the association Sea-Watch e.V. You want to support sea rescue in the Mediterranean Sea on a regular basis. This way you can ensure that the SAR (Search-and-Rescue) mission continues to run independently of government funds exclusively through donations and contributions and is secured in the long term!

Your contribution is tax-deductible. As a supporting member, you are free and independent to determine your monthly contribution (min. 5 €). You can change or cancel your supporting membership at any time.

Participation

In addition to the external newsletter, you will also receive the internal newsletter, which is addressed to Sea Watch activists and supporting members. It informs you about political developments regarding our missions and gives you an insight into our daily work: This includes crew news, planned actions, campaigns, etc.

  • You will receive an annual project report with detailed insights into our work.
  • You have a contact person at Sea-Watch e.V., who makes sure your concerns and impulses as supporting member are heard within our association.

Your contact person: Maximilian Brase and the Fundraising Team

Contact: seawatchverein@sea-watch.org

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