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There are many ways to give to Marion County Search & Rescue Communications! As an all-volunteer group supported 100% by donations, every dollar counts. Funds received go directly towards team necessities; we do not compensate our members or board of directors. SARCOM also does not receive any government funding.

SARCOM is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, and as an Oregon Public Benefit non-profit corporation. All donations made to SARCOM are tax deductible.

Monetary Donations

All funding that SARCOM receives is used to purchase necessary equipment, such as the items mentioned in our wishlist below. We accept donations online via PayPal, or please contact us to make a cash or check donation.


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Goods or Services

Do you have an item that might be useful to our team, or a service or skill you would like to contribute? Please contact us! We would love to hear from you.

Want to purchase an item for SARCOM but need some ideas? Take a look at our Amazon Wishlist. Items purchased from this list are automatically shipped to us from


Organizations that give goods, services, or monetary contributions, or individuals who give over $300, are considered a sponsor. Our sponsors receive a listing on our website (here), and businesses can advertise on our communications vans. Sponsors are ranked based on the amount donated.

Our Wishlist.

Please take a look at our Amazon Wishlist. Items purchased from this list are automatically shipped to us from

Below is a list of our current needs that keep the group operational, as well as items that would make us more proficient at what we do. Donations are used to cover the costs of these items.

High Priority Needs

  • Electrical equipment for Com 3.
  • General maintenance and repairs for Com 1.

General Needs

  • Radios, of course! Plus antennas, masts, coax, and wiring to make the radios work.
  • GPS/navigational equipment.
  • Survival gear.
  • Uniforms for members.