Sierra Madre Search & Rescue Team

Anywhere in the wilderness that someone needs help…

Sierra Madre, CA   |  https://smsr.org/

Mission

The Sierra Madre Search and Rescue Team (SMSR) is a volunteer mountain and wilderness search and rescue team based in Sierra Madre, CA. SMSR is dedicated to providing no cost search and rescue services to individual who may be lost or injured within wilderness areas of California and other locations where we are asked to respond. SMSR also provides extensive public, preventative SAR (PSAR) education programs on hiking and wilderness safety to school groups, scouting organizations, community groups, outdoor groups as well as other youth and adult groups.

Ruling year info

1969

President

Robert Klusman

Main address

PO Box 24

Sierra Madre, CA 91025 USA

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EIN

95-6095581

NTEE code info

Search and Rescue Services (M23)

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Search and Rescue Services

Mountain and wilderness search and rescue services in Los Angeles County, CA. Services provided in other locations based on mutual aid requests through official, government/law enforcement jurisdictional authorities. Services are public safety focus and are provided at no charge and are available to any/all people regardless of age, ethnicity or socio-economic status.

Population(s) Served
Adults
Children and youth

The Sierra Madre Search and Rescue Team provides public education services and awareness programs related to safe recreation in mountain and wilderness areas. Most programs are geared towards children ages 6-18, community groups as well as organized hiking and outdoor recreation groups for children and adults. Programs cover a variety of topics including hiking safety, Hug-A-Tree programs, and how to volunteer for search and rescue.

Programs are provided at no cost, are open to all groups and are part of the Team's core mission.

Population(s) Served
Adults
Children and youth

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Sierra Madre Search & Rescue Team

Board of directors
as of 04/07/2022
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Board chair

Robert Klusman

Jeff Moore

Katherine Deck

Greg Kinne

David Johnson

Eric Scheidemantle

Organizational demographics

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