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(SAMPLE) Dutch Mountain Rescue Team - (SAMPLE) High Altitude Survival training and awareness

Aims and Promises:

(SAMPLE) High Altitude Survival training and awareness
Campaign Aim - To use donations to help create life saving awareness to visitors of the Dutch peaks
No promises have been made yet.

Help Joost and Roos to treat vertigo sufferers, and introduce them to a new lease of life. Dutch Mountain Climbing in safety. Lives could be saved by the actions of yourself to help Joost and Roos, the other unrecognised heroes of the Dutch high altitudes.


Our donation Promise and Thresholds:

£0-£50 - The first £50 of donations will be used to pay for 10 high visibility DMRT branded T-Shirts, available to use by anyone braving the largest peaks, helping spread the word of the importance of understanding how to cope if trapped too far above sea level. (The first two will be used by Joost and Roos to buy matching DMRT t-shirts as a uniform for patrolling the mind-bending heights)

£50-100 - The next £50 raised will be used to help DMRT to develop an online training course for survival at altitude within the Netherlands. It’s time to act!

Above these thresholds, every penny counts. Joost and Roos will use donations to pay for air ambulance and helicopter rescue, as well as food and chew toys for our rescue dog, Mountbatten.


Target - If a total of £5,000 is raised, Joost and Roos will also create a sequel video. Keep donating!

If this campaign is popular, Aurora will help us to produce special DMRT t-shirts for sale to the general public, generating genuine donations for good causes.

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