What we have done


Since we started in 2015, we have provided funds and equipment worth $5,995 to life saving clubs as indicated below:

Youth Development:

We have supported youth participation in life saving by contributing towards the cost of uniforms for members from three clubs competing in the 2017 Royal Life Saving Queensland Beach Carnival. This carnival is an important part of youth & skill development.

Cost: $376.26

Website www.JoinLifeSaving.com.au:

We have created (and funded) a website to help clubs gain new members. This website is built so that search engines will find it if the public are searching to join a life saving club. It also provides basic information to help us gain new members.

Cost: $190.85

Uniform for Support Operations Officers:

We have organised uniforms for support operations personnel for when undertaking their work supporting clubs.

Cost: $520.85

Allocation of funds:

We have opened an account in the name of Neptune Royal Life Saving Club and deposited $1,000 for ongoing funded and support of the club. The Club and members of NRLSC may apply for funding from the interest earned on this account.

Cost: $1,000.00

Allocation of funds:

We have opened an account in the name of Whitsunday Coast Life Saving Club and deposited $1,000 for ongoing funded and support of the club. The Club and members of WCLSC may apply for funding from the interest earned on this account.
Cost: $1,000.00

Communication Equipment:

We have purchased another digital two way radio for Ithaca - Caloundra City Life Saving Club. The first radio was so beneficial, we have funded a second radio for the club.
Item Cost: $950.00

Youth Development:

We have purchased competition caps for the Junior Lifeguards of Airlie Beach Whitsunday Life Saving Club. Life saving sport is an important part of developing the skills of our young life savers, and these caps have allowed the youth members from a relatively new regional club to participate in the Royal Life Saving Beach Championships.
Cost: $175.00

Communication Equipment:

We have purchased a digital two way radio for Ithaca - Caloundra City Life Saving Club. Digital radios are essential communication devices for use in beach patrol operations and allow life savers to communicate on the SurfCom radio network. Pictured is Richard Buddle with Lynda Barry (Club Captain).
Item Cost: $950.00

CPR Metre

We have purchased a CPR metre for use in training and during delivery of CPR in real life incidents, for Ithaca - Caloundra City Life Saving Club. Pictured is Tony Barry presenting the CPR Metre to club member Lex Moses.
Item Cost: $832.52