Committee to Honor America’s Veterans Donates to Project Lifesaver Program


We’d like to thank the Committee to Honor America’s Veterans for their generous donation to the BCSO Project Lifesaver Program!

This afternoon, IMPACT Unit team members, Deputy Geiger and Deputy McRae, met with the board and discussed how their donation would benefit the program.
Project Lifesaver is a program for Brunswick County residents who are caring for loved ones with Alzheimer’s disease, autism or other conditions that make them likely to wander away from caregivers, or who have difficulties communicating with rescuers. Project Lifesaver bracelets can help rescuers find a loved one who has wandered away. The program is funded solely by donations.
In order to participate in the Project Lifesaver Program, the prospective client must meet all of the following requirements:

✅Live within Brunswick County.
✅Be diagnosed by a certified physician as having Alzheimer’s disease, other dementia disorders, autism, Down’s syndrome or similar disorders.
✅Be known to wander away from caregiver.
For more information on the Project Lifesaver Program, or to sign someone up, please feel free to download the Program Brochure located on the Sheriff’s Office website at

 Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office I.M.P.A.C.T. Unit at (910) 253-2749.
Thank you again to this fine group who so generously donated to this vital community program!

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