A Decade of Lifesaving Support: Celebrating 10 Years of the Rescue300 Club

RACQ CapRescue proudly commemorates a decade of life-saving efforts with the 10th anniversary of the Rescue300 club, launched in 2014. This milestone is underscored by the commitment of over 30 original members, who continue to be the backbone of the club that saves lives.

Over the years, membership has grown, with over 160 like-minded businesses and individuals now annually contributing to CapRescue. Their generous support ensures the continuation of our world-class aeromedical service, which remains a beacon of hope for the Capricorn region.

CapRescue Communications and Engagement Officer Kim Walters, said the Rescue300 club s such an important part to assisting in fundraising and creating awareness about the service.

“Watching this club grow over the years has been such a positive reflection on the community’s belief in what we do. With a mission to now raise $6 million each year, Rescue300 members play an important part not just financially but also getting our messages out to the public, they’re part of our team.”

Members of the Rescue300 club enjoy a multitude of benefits, including a certificate of appreciation, their names proudly displayed on the helicopter honour board, and most importantly, the privilege of being part of the CapRescue family and helping to keep Central Queensland safe.

Moreover, the Rescue300 club offers the unique opportunity to win a sponsor-sized logo with pride of place on the AW139 and Bell 412 helicopters. Past recipients, such as Callan Bucholz of Stage & Audio, attest to the invaluable impact of CapRescue.

“We believe that the service is absolutely essential to the well-being of our region, and we are honoured to be a part of their efforts,” said Callan.

Within the Rescue300 club, there have been notable members who have elevated their businesses and involvement to higher levels of partnership with CapRescue. Including previous sponsor Coxons, ongoing event partner QMAG and most recently Lift-Off partner Jemena.

Their increased support not only demonstrates their dedication to the community but also signifies the trust and confidence they place in the world-class capabilities of CapRescue.

These partnerships highlight the enduring impact of the Rescue300 club, not only in saving lives but also in fostering long-term relationships that enable CapRescue to continue its vital work in the Capricorn region.

As we celebrate this significant milestone, we extend our heartfelt gratitude to all Rescue300 club members, past and present, for their unwavering support. Together, we continue to save lives and make a real difference in our community