Crook County Sheriff
Search and Rescue
We are a 501(c)3 corporation. Your charitable contributions are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.
We gratefully acknowledge these recent donations:
United Way Donors of Prineville BiMart: $717.60 for ongoing expenses
Family of Rescued Subject: $1,000 for ongoing expenses.
Project Lifesaver Caregiver: $500 for ongoing expenses.
Les Schwab Tires: $5,000 for ongoing expensses
Christopher Franco: $405 donation for ongoing expenses.
Kathy Slater: $100 to Project Lifesaver, in memory of Steven W. Slater.
LL Waters: A generous donation for ongoing expenses.
Lisa Mesquit: A generous donation for ongoing expenses, in memory of Peter (Paul) Hughes.
Brasada Ranch: $1,000 for ongoing expenses
Les Schwab Tires: $3,500 for ongoing expenses
Mann Mortgage donated $250 to help with on-going expenses.
Yaesu FT-2900 Amateur Radio for installation in Search and Rescue vehicle.
Cinder Rock Veterinary, Redmond OR: $3,357.39
Cinder Rock Veterinary located in Redmond, Chose the Crook County Sheriff's Search & Rescue Canine team as their latest "Sunnie's Sunshine Fund" fundraiser. Their goal is to help non-profits that are animal oriented. Given the need for K-9 handlers to travel for quality training it has always been at the handlers' cost. Search & Rescue is not funded through the state, therefore SAR members volunteer at their cost. This lovely gift will allow CCSSAR handlers to travel or bring in accredited trainers.
Les Schwab Tires: $2,500 for on-going expenses
Oregon Hunter's Association: Thank you to the Ochoco Chapter of the Oregon Hunter's Association for their generous donation of $1,000 and a year's supply of whistles for our Hug-A-Tree Program!
Rotary Club of Crook County: $1,000 for Project Lifesaver
Prineville Kiwanis Club: $1,000 for Project Lifesaver and Hug-A-Tree
Slater Chiropractic Clinic: $250 for Project Lifesaver
The Jackson Family:
A generous donation for assistance rendered at Mark's Creek during
the recent fires
Les Schwab Tires: $2,500 for K-9 veterniarian care for injuries
East Cascades Retirement (Madras): Water and Gatoraide.
The Tom K. Family: A generous donation for on-going operations expenses.
Les Schwab Tires: $2,500 for Wilderness First Aid Training.
Facebook: $9,000 to upgrade outdated computers and software for Search and Rescue mobile units and headquarters in order to enhance response times and better serve the community.
Facebook: $7,000.00 toward purchase of an all-terrain vehicle.
Facebook: $1,250.00 for purchase of additional Project Lifesaver transmitters.
Les Schwab Tires: $3,000.00 for Project Lifesaver supplies.
Les Schwab Tires: $1,000.00 for on-going operations expenses.
The Blake Family: A very generous donation for on-going operations expenses.
Stephen's Heating and Cooling - Terry Larimer and Nate: Fabrication of sheet metal brackets for Emergency Communications Van.
Day Wireless & Boyd Joyce: Programming of our VHF radios.
Little John's Portable Toilet Service: Maintenance of our Porta-Pottie.
RAY-O-VAC: 16 cases of AA Alkaline batteries for our GPS units and FRS radios.
Crook County Sheriff Search and Rescue is incorporated as a charitable organization, and your contribution is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. Please consider supporting our work with a donation by check or by using PayPal.
You can send checks to the Sheriff's Office, marked for "Search and Rescue". (Please see Contact Us for the address.) Alternatively, you can use PayPal to make a secure donation using your credit card. Please click the PayPal icon below to get started:
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Thank you for your generous support!
SCAM Alert: We DO NOT employ telemarketers for fund raising. If you are contacted via telephone for a donation to "Search and Rescue Charities", please call the Crook County Sheriff's Office at 541-447-6398.