Bringing fire fighting equipment, training and gifts to help vulnerable people in Eastern Europe
A group of volunteers from Shropshire Fire and Rescue service and Merseyside Fire and Rescue service helping to shape the future of Transylvania, by preserving and protecting its communities and heritage from the effects of fire and other emergencies.
We have delivered over 50 fully equipped fire engines and fire fighting equipment to Romania to help shape the future of Transylvania and surrounding areas, by preserving and protecting its communities and heritage from the effects of fire and other emergencies. We provide support and humanitarian aid to old people, orphans, young mums and their babies and people with special needs. We are a tiny Shropshire charity run totally by volunteers, primarily former and serving Fire & Rescue service personnel.
Ways you can help:
Support us by nominating us for £5000 towards our work - see the banner above.
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Make a donation towards our valuable work.
All of our members are unpaid volunteers and undertake all fundraising, preparation and visit activities in their own time and choose not to receive any personal expenses for their actions.
Our income is entirely through public donations, sponsorship, local grants and membership subscriptions. Operation Sabre is not in receipt of any UK Government or European Commission funding, nor does it hold any assets or investments.
We are extremely grateful for all donations, however small. Please consider clicking the link below, and donating. Thank you.