Hello, my name is Dean Isenberg and I’m in charge of fundraising here at City Search and Rescue.
We are a Non-Profit, 501(c)(3) charity that provides humanitarian relief to those affected by natural disasters.
Below is a script we would love you to read in front of a video camera. (or some variation of it)
We’d love to use your video as one of our tools for fundraising. As you know, the power of social media and the money raised online can be life changing for a nonprofit charity organization.
We are a completely volunteer organization and all monies raised goes to our cause.
ZERO dollars go to salaries because we are all volunteers.
If you are willing to help, please record a video we can use to help us execute our humanitarian mission of helping the people affected by natural disasters.
You can email the video as an .mp4 file to Dean@CitySar.Org or add it to a Dropbox or Google Drive and share the link with us.
Thank you for helping to execute our mission 😊
Hi, I’m “Your Name Here”
I’m Friends with the team at City Search and Rescue and boy can they use your help.
City SAR is a Non-Profit, 501(c)(3) charity that provides humanitarian relief to those affected by natural disasters.
Individuals, Families, and the Animals left behind after a disaster all benefit from the services of City Search and Rescue.
They are an all-volunteer organization and are “Always Looking Out for You”.
Your donation helps them prepare for the next disaster by being proactive instead of reactive.
Please “Look Out for Them” by making a “Tax Deductible” donation or Volunteering your time.
If possible, please make a donation through Facebook, PayPal, Venmo or any of the payment systems found on their website CitySar.Org (Any amount helps)
Once there, you can simply click the “Donations” tab or the “Volunteers” tab at the top of the page and make a monetary donation or fill out the online volunteer form and donate your time.
If you want to speak to someone live, please call them at 305-936-CITY (2489)
They may doze, but they never close. 😊
Thanks for watching and thanks for doing whatever you can for City Search and Rescue.