Mr Barry Myland - 07958 786 164 info@cowessailability.co.uk

You can help in many ways

 

As a registered charity, Cowes Sailability Club relies on help from volunteers, donations, fund raising events and sponsorship to cover its annual fuel, training and maintenance costs.  So, whether you can spare us your time, money, expertise or equipment, why not get in touch?  We will really appreciate whatever support you can provide, large or small.

Become a Volunteer

 

Being a volunteer with Cowes Sailability Club is a rewarding and social experience.  Those with sailing expertise can help to crew our boats, while other volunteers provide really valuable assistance on shore, greeting disabled people and their carers, maintaining equipment and helping at fund raising events. When you see the smiles of our members as they learn to helm and hear the laughter of wheelchair-bound children who are experiencing being on the water for the first time, you will know, without doubt, that you are making a worthwhile contribution.

Make a donation

 

Cowes Sailability Club is run entirely by volunteers and members, so every penny you donate goes directly towards creating life-enhancing experiences for those with debilitating conditions.  Please, take a moment to fill in our secure online form and make a financial gift today.  Thank you.

Gift in your will

 

Please consider leaving a gift in your will to Cowes Sailability Club.

“To my loved ones I leave security, to Cowes Sailability Club, I leave a legacy of continued opportunities for those with physical difficulties, learning difficulties and debilitating long term conditions life-enriching experiences to bring smiles to their faces”.

Your legacy would make a real difference to help us provide exhilarating experiences for adults and children alike and provide them with everlasting memories and enjoyment.

So when the time is right, and you’ve made provisions for your loved ones, please consider leaving Cowes Sailability Club a gift in your will, no matter how small, it will no doubt help us to keep ‘putting smiles on faces’.