The NSW State Emergency Service (NSW SES) is the lead agency in the response to floods, storms and tsunamis in NSW. The NSW SES also supports other emergency services in times of natural and man-made disasters and is committed to building safer and more resilient communities. NSW SES is recognised as the most versatile and widely used emergency service in NSW. NSW SES has over 9,000 volunteers which are highly-skilled and well-trained to provide rescue, first aid and other vital services in emergencies.

The NSW SES is a community-based, not-for-profit organisation with deductible gift recipient status, additional financial support is always welcomed and allows us to invest more into training and developing our volunteers. NSW communities benefit from the time and effort that our volunteers provide during flood and storm events. We are humbled by our volunteers, not only for what they do but for the personal sacrifices they make. We would like to thank them and their families for their time and support. It is that commitment and dedication that allows the NSW SES to protect life and property around the state.

All instructions and terms and conditions for making donations to the NSW SES are listed below.

Tweed Coast Unit - 6 Centennial Drive Pottsville NSW
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