Christmas Lights 2020

This year’s donation from one of our younger supporters. David and his family decorate their house each year with Christmas lights asking for donations for Douglas RNLI. Over the last few years David and his family have raised over £1700 for the RNLI. Thank you.

Fish Supper 02/10/2020

What we believe to be the first RNLI fish supper this year and probably the only others are on the Island. The Guild committee estimate they have made just short of £10k.
We couldn’t continue Saving Lives At Sea without the generosity of our supporters. Thank you.

Flag Day 26/06/2020

Gura mie mooar eu – a big thank you! Once again the people of the Isle of Man have demonstrated their generosity by donating the grand sum of £785.55 in support of our Flag Day.

Fundraising returns in the Isle of Man with David Holmes, Guild Admin., getting our Flag Day underway this morning in Douglas Town centre.

Fundraising Guild chairperson, Gilli Cowley, accepting a donation in support of the RNLI from the Isle of Man’s Chief Minister, Howard Quayle MHK.

Presentation 05/01/2020

Douglas RNLI receive further donation from young supporter. Each Christmas David’s family decorate the outside of their home with lights complete with a charity collection box so people making the effort to come and see the lights can show their appreciation by making donations. David Livsey presented a cheque for £375 this morning to John McCreadie, Douglas RNLI Deputy Launch Authority.