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Support Porthcawl RNLI

Operating an Atlantic 85 and D class inshore lifeboat, Porthcawl is one of the busiest RNLI lifeboat stations in Wales and regularly launches over 70 times each year to help those in need.

We can’t save lives without kind donations, and we need your support now more than ever. When you donate to Porthcawl RNLI, you give courage to our brave volunteers who risk their lives to save others. Your generosity also helps bring people home safe to their families – including the crew.

Will you be a lifesaver with a kind donation today? Every donation via this page – no matter how big or small – will come directly to Porthcawl RNLI Lifeboat Station and help ensure we are ready to launch 24/7. 

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Thank you to our supporters!


Jack Peters


Nat & Craig + Dawn & Kieran

In Memory of our Uncle Michael




Denise Heryet

For saving the dog as well! Thank you guys for always being on call, leaving your homes and facing all kinds of weather, to save people from the awful situations they find themselves, even when, sometimes, they put themselves there!




Gaynor Coburn

Thank you all for doing a great job