We are Looe RNLI….With your support, we save lives at sea
The RNLI is the charity that saves lives at sea
The Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI), a charity registered in England and Wales (209603), Scotland (SC037736), the Republic of Ireland (20003326), the Bailiwick of Jersey (14),
the Isle of Man (1308 and 006329F), the Bailiwick of Guernsey and Alderney | RNLI (Sales) Ltd | RNLI Shop (registration number 2202240 and RNLI College Ltd (registration number
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We save lives by providing a 24-hour lifeboat search and rescue service,
seasonal lifeguards, water safety education and initiatives and flood rescue response.
The Looe Lifeboat Appeal aims to raise £78,000
to replace the existing D-Class Inshore Lifeboat Ollie
Naismith, which was funded in the memory of Ollie
Naismith, a poplar local teenager who sadly died in a
tragic accident in 2009
In 2010 the current D-Class Inshore Lifeboat Ollie
Naismith was officially named and went on service
Ollies parents, Maxine and John Naismith spearheaded a
fundraising campaign to raise the funds for the lifeboat
which has gone on to save many lives in and around
Looe, including the life of Louis Webber, a young local lad
who was of a similar age to Ollie.
The lifeboat is now coming to the end of its operational
life so the team at Looe Lifeboat station have teamed up
with the Naismith and Webber families to launch the Looe
Lifeboat Appeal and raise the £78,000 required to provide
a replacement lifeboat.
The new boat will be called Ollie Naismith II and your donation to this community appeal will help to fund this lifeboat which will
continue the selfless work of our volunteer lifeboat crew in Looe.
How you can help us raise £78,000 and save even more lives
We can only do the things we do because of people like you.
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OR set up your own fundraiser through
our JustGiving campaign page
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OR Donate on our JustGiving page
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