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Equipment Wish List

There are several ways you can get involved and make a difference to help Missouri River Relief.  In addition to becoming a sponsor, giving through your workplace, or lending your volunteer muscle, River Relief kindly accepts in-kind donations of food and supplies like clean-up tools, trucks, boats & trailers to supplement our current fleet.  Check out our full equipment wish list here!

 

Missouri River Relief's 

Equipment Wish List

 

Fleet Equipment:

We depend on our fleet to be able to connect people to the Missouri River through our clean-up and education programs throughout the year. 

  • MRR would really like to find a fuel-efficient vehicle to use as we travel across the state and out of state to conferences, meeting, and fundraising events. 
  • MRR is also currently in need of a 150-HP marine motor to outfit our new 20-passenger boat.
  • The roll-door on our box truck is quickly deteriorating and needs replacement. This TodCo © Door will keep us traveling to education and clean-up events with our box truck.  
  • A 1-ton 4x4 truck to help haul our new 20-passenger boat and make sure we can get up and down the muddiest banks. 

 


Clean-up Supplies

It takes a lot of supplies to pull off our large-scale community-based clean-ups. We are in constant need of these supplies that keep us prepared and ready for any reach of the river. 

Ol' Yeller

  • 100 – 150 qt. Food Coolers
  • Decoy Mesh Bags for Life Jackets
  • Life Jackets
  • Canoe Paddles
  • Water Coolers
  • Ratchet Straps
  • Bungie Cords 
  • Waterproof Tool Bags & Boxes
  • Large Tarps
  • 6-ft. Tables
  • 10’ x 10’ Pop-up Shelters
  • Fuel
  • Collapsible Wheel Barrow

 

Clean-up Tools

We do some seriously tough work, and that shows through our inventory of tools. These tools are necessary to make sure our volunteers are prepared for even the hardest-to-get trash out there.

  • Weed Eater
  • Shovels
  • Pick Axes (Pulaski and Mattocks)
  • Push Brooms
  • Strong-bristled cleaning brushes 
  • Electric Drill
  • Loppersclean-up equipment
  • Hand Pruners 
  • Heavy-Duty Bolt Cutters
  • Garden Rakes
  • Tree Planting Spades
  • 4-lb. Hammers
  • Sledge Hammers
  • Hacksaws
  • Heavy-Duty Long Prybars
  • Long-Handled High-Tech Nets
  • Reciprocating Sawzall
  • Cutting Torches & Fuel Tanks
  • Hay Bale/Log Hooks
  • 30” Hookaroons
  • Trash Grabbers
  • Hauling Dolly



Staff & Crew

Our MRR Crew is instrumental to our success. Making sure that we have gear that we can provide our Crew in times of need is very important to us.

  • Hip Waders
  • Work Boots
  • Work Glovesclean-up supplies
  • Strong LED Headlamps & Flashlights 
  • Socks
  • Long-Sleeved T’s & Hoodies
  • Rain Gear
  • Sleeping Pads
  • Power Inverters
  • Outdoor/Camp Stereo

Educational Equipment

Education is a huge component of Missouri River Relief. We are in constant need of supplies that help enhance our education programs. These tools will help MRR to become even more effective in connecting communities with the Missouri River through our place-based programs. 

  • Inkind Printing, Banners & Signs
  • Advertisements
  • Graphic Design
  • Website Design 
  • Educational Video
  • Stream Table
  • Digital Camera

 

Trucks, Trailers & Boats

Canoes, kayaks and ATV vehicles help us get to places that our plate boats and other equipment otherwise cannot. Thanks to our success over the last 17 years, we have to become more innovative and aggressive to reach the spots no one else has ever cleaned.

  • Mule or 4-wheeler ATV
  • Canoes
  • New Shade Biminis

 

Office Equipment

Unfortunately, every day can’t be a river day. Our staff spends a lot of time in the office preparing for our events, connecting to our community, and various day-to-day operations.  

  • Copy Paper
  • Software Upgrades
  • Printer Ink

 

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