Donate equipment

Medical kit

USAR Tools

Marine kit

  • Ice packs
  • Spine board
  • Bandages
  • Plasters
  • Antibiotics
  • Defibrilators
  • Face shields
  • Vacuum Splints
  • Hand saws
  • Sledge hammers
  • Chainsaw
  • Circular saw
  • Face masks
  • Eye protection
  • Chisles
  • Hammer drills
  • Throw lines
  • Life jackets
  • LJ Canisters
  • Dry bags
  • Ropes
  • Reach poles
  • Anchors
  • Glow sticks

Where do your donations go?

Charity funds spent on overheads this year
£
Last updated: 20/01/18

We are temporarily unable to accept donations, please check back here for updates

Volunteer

Operational

Deploy

Each year we take on a new batch of budding recruits. You don't need to have any experience, but an adventurous personality and a desire to push your comfort zone is a must.

Non-Operational

Fundraising

We rely on the generous support of the public, but need those dedicated individuals to get the name out there and spread the word about all the good we are doing.

Logistics

With everything going on, there is a ton of kit that needs to get around and be looked after. Additionally when we deploy it is a complex challenge of moving large volumes of kit and personnel, and this could be to anywhere in the world.

About us

Volunteers from all walks of life, who have come together to reduce the loss of life and suffering resulting from natural disasters.

Our mission

To alleviate the negative impacts of disasters, hazards, crises and emergencies on affected populations within the UK and internationally.

Contact us

  • recruitment@spear-sar.co.uk
  • events@spear-sar.co.uk
  • hq@spear-sar.co.uk
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