Mandurah Surf Life Saving Club gets a welcomed boost

The Mandurah Surf Life Saving Club stands to benefit from a $25,000 donation thanks to local land developers Madora Bay Partnership. Photo: Supplied.
The Mandurah Surf Life Saving Club stands to benefit from a $25,000 donation thanks to local land developers Madora Bay Partnership. Photo: Supplied.

Mandurah Surf Life Saving Club has received an extra boost for their operations after on the back of a $25,000 donation from local land developers Madora Bay Partnership.

The volunteer-based surf club patrols San Remo and Town Beach as well as providing education, training, surf sports and nippers programs to the Mandurah community.

Originally founded in 1996, it wasn’t until 2013 that Mandurah Surf Life Saving Club opened their official club rooms with the help of a $50,000 donation from Madora Bay Partnership.

This new donation of $25,000 will help the club continue their hard work in the community and can be used at the club’s discretion.

Club president Elaine Daniels was presented with the donation, with Madora Bay Partnership spokesperson Phillip Perry praising the club for their hard work.

“Being a beach side suburb, we recognise the importance of emergency and first aid services for all beach goers,” he said.

“Our younger generation also gain a huge benefit from being involved in activities and training such as the nippers program.”