Thanks so much for supporting rescue team leaders like Romeo. Because of your generosity, we’ll be able to provide a boat to a community-based flood rescue team.
That boat will be on-hand when the next flood comes and will allow Romeo and his team to rescue anyone trapped by quickly rising flood water. Floods will never be easy for Romeo, but your generosity means that Romeo and his team will be able to save lives and protect their community.
We’ll send you updates about how your gift is changing the lives of Romeo, his team, and his community right here on GlobalGiving. Should you ever have any questions about how we’re using your donation, please don’t hesitate to email Emma@IDVolunteers.org. We’d love to hear from you!
One last time, thanks so much for ensuring that Romeo and his team will be able to help themselves and their community!
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