With a growing calendar of events there are lots of things to be involved with at Serve On. Whether you want to fundraise on your own, sponsor an event or come along to one of our organised events we want to see you there. From family friendly Kite Surfing Armadas to our annual Salisbury Dinner Dance we have a whole range of jam packed activities to attend.
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The Annual General Meeting will be held at either Salisbury Fire Station or Chilmark.
Serve On's dog team will be advertising their capabilities with a stall at Frampton Country Fair, Gloucestershire.
Read about our previous events and find out more about the successes and stories
Members of the CRT will be deploying in support of Hayling Island Sailing Club to provide safety boat cover for this event. Weather permitting, it promises to be a great day and will provide plenty of experience for the newly qualified helms in the team. It will also enable other volunteers to gain experience as crew and to practice recovery techniques.
For the last 3 years, Team Serve On Tough Mudders, including both IRT and CRT members, have been putting themselves though the mill to raise awareness of the charity and raise funds. The core of the team have to date completed 51 Tough Mudders between them, but this is the swansong event as the team will then be retiring to look for a new challenge. As much support as is humanly possible would be great and if anyone wants to take part, you’re all invited.
A second opportunity for would-be members of the International Response Team to find out who we are, what we do, why we do it, how we do it, and why they might want to join us.
We're back at Longleat this year for Glow in the Park in support of Alabaré, the charity that helps the homeless. Last year, when the CRT joined Raynet and Wessex 4X4 for the evening event it attracted around 5,000 participants and this year is expected to be just as successful. The event, around the house and gardens of Longleat, provides an excellent opportunity to train in radio communications, as well as being a fun evening for all the volunteers.
An enthusiastic group of would-be International Response Team members attended the first of our introduction days. They heard Pete Dunning and Dan Cooke explain a little about who we are and why they might want to join us and saw demonstrations of what we do.
Members of Serve On CRT deployed to the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory at Portsdown West in support of the families day there and to recruit volunteers for the Portsmouth CRT. There have been two sessions to DSTL employees in the last three months talking about Serve On and volunteering in general, so this was e a good opportunity to capitalise on that and it also brought in a £500 donation to the CRT.