Gulf Livestock 1 – SAVE THE FORTY!

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Become a Save The Forty Teammate today! Use the Profile Image on your Facebook page profile to bring awareness to this lifesaving mission you are a part of!

On August 14, 2020 the Gulf Lifestock 1 departed from New Zealand heading for China. The livestock ship encountered heavy seas due to Typhoon Maysak. A distress signal was sent at 1:20am in the morning on September 2, 2020, as the ship had been taking on water and soon sunk forcing the men into life rafts.
Two survivors were found and a deceased shipmate sadly was recovered. We believe there is hope of rescue of the forty remaining survivors. But we need your help!

Like the Facebook page: Gulf Livestock 1 Volunteer SAR group

They are out there. They need your faith, encouragement and support and so do their families.

Please join the worlds largest Search and Rescue Mission. Get your friends involved, share the posts, engage and let’s bring the men home to their families! We can do this with your help, you can make miracles happen.

Get on the Save The Forty SAR team today! What can you do? Like the Save the Forty Facebook page. Sign up your crowd sourcing volunteer work. Help us track fraudulent fundraisers and support the legitimate ones!

If you are a resourceful person, share to other groups, The 40 shipmates need search and rescue members who can help this mission go viral and gain new members. The 40 needs you to share posts, ideas and follow through with leads.

Please use these hashtags:
#SAVETHEFORTY #GL1 #GULFLIVESTOCK1 #SearchandRescue #Crowdsourcing #Volunteer #ResumeSAR #SOS

Join the private group: Volunteer Search and Rescue Group for Gulf Livestock 1

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Posted: September 12, 2020

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