PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Phillies honored community heroes on Monday night with a special salute. One local organization received a “game-changing,” salute from the team.

“We rely 100 percent on donations like this,” Sunny Longordo said. Longordo is a member of the Garden State Underwater Recovery Rescue and the $10,000 grant, her group received from the Phillies on Monday, will go a long way to aiding the effort.

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The members of the group dive when other won’t, or can’t.

“We love to dive,” Longordo said.

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On January 3, a volunteer with Garden State recovered the body of Shane Montgomery in the Schuylkill River. The 21-year-old disappeared Thanksgiving morning 2014.

The Phillies thought the group of volunteers deserved some recognition and some much needed financial support. The team presented them with the $10,000 grant at their charities holiday giving party.

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The divers pick up searches after police and rescue divers have to move on, sometimes leaving family members no one to turn to find their loved ones.