NEVER QUIT CHALLENGE –TEAM 165
2018 REBELLE RALLY
The Rebelle Rally covers more than 2,000 kilometers of stunning terrain across the Nevada and California desert.
It is designed as a hybrid of serious competition and the ultimate road trip. We like to think of it as the total package. You will be surrounded by women who share your adventurous and competitive spirit as you drive and navigate your way to checkpoints across the American West. And best of all, you get to leave your cell phone, computer, GPS, & headaches behind. It’s all about YOU. And your endless abilities.
Team Never Quit is joining the 2018 Rebelle Rally is the first women’s off-road navigation rally raid in the United States. Our participation is targeted to bring attention and funding to two RWCA Programs; Thin Line and H20 Responders. See "Benefitting" below.
Blending the love of driving with the ultimate challenge of precise navigation, the Rebelle tests your skills over 8 days of competition. It is not a race for speed, but a unique and demanding event based on the elements of headings, hidden checkpoints, time, and distance using maps, compass, and road book.
NEVER QUIT CHALLENGE - TEAM 165
PERSONAL OUTREACH: LEGACY
Contribute to the greater good of preservation of life, whether human, pets or livestock.
THEME: Supporting the Red and Blue Line. Colors: White, Black, Red, Blue, Gray
"UNRULICON", 4X4 Jeep Rubicon
1. THIN LINE - RED-BLUE-GREEN
Thin Line program servers our law enforcement, fire rescue and EMS and veteran families by hosting challenging events and outings that reinforce their value to society, safety and security. We are thankful for their service and this program supports these outstanding individuals and families.
2. H20 RESPONDERS PROGRAM
H20 Responders is a volunteer group that is vetted, trained and on watch for weather related events that can result in water disasters.
Weather Watch for Water Safety is a vital part of our H2o Responders program at the Rescue Water Craft Association (RWCA). Responses to natural and catastrophic disasters as well as regional weather events are a significant part of our cultural safety and risk.
The RWCA was most recently involved in the Floodwaters in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey in Orange County, Texas. We sent a group of volunteers; the Disaster Water Response team, to respond to the disaster.
We also engaged in local community support when people, pets and livestock were threatened in the aftermath of the Thomas Fire in Southern California which resulted in deadly floods of debris and mud flow.
RWCA is preparing in advance of potential weather related water disaster events in 2018 so that our Disaster Water Response volunteer team can be utilized using rescue water craft for human evacuation, pets and livestock recovery efforts.
Click this link to Donate in support of the NQC Program . Once you enter an amount scroll down to the dropdown menu: Support the Program of Your Choice.