Sailing for the disabled is having an OPEN DAY on Saturday 16th June, from 12noon to 5pm.
Located in Douglas harbour, you will be able to take a look around our beautiful 48 foot yacht Pride of Mann III. There will be representatives from the committee, Skippers, crew, and enabled members to talk to, to hear their personal stories.
There will be free refreshments on offer, and should anyone wish to join we will be able to take applications on the day.
Sailing for the Disabled is looking for anyone who would like to sail as either crew or enabled crew. Right from experienced skippers to people who just want to give a helping hand with the work we do. No experience is required, as training is provided.
The cost of membership is just £10 per year. No further charge is made for sailing after membership.
Pride of Mann III is fitted out to enable people with a wide range of disabilities to sail.
So come along and see Pride of Mann III and meet our friendly members and crew.
Sailing for the Disabled is a wholly local charity. The charity is run by enthusiastic and experienced members. All staff are volunteers, ensuring all contributions go toward the running of the charity.
Sailing for the disabled has a website and Facebook page.
Paul Atkinson (Treasurer)
The lucky winners of the 100 Club prize draw of May 2018 are:
First prize - Number 53 David Bridson £25
Second prize - Number 47 Ray McMullen £12.50
Third prize - Number 41 Mark Buttery £8.50
The 100 Club is a prize draw that helps to raise funds for your charity. We need more members joining the 100 Club so more funds will be raised. The more members we have the bigger the prizes, so please consider joining.
The cost is only £2 per month, that is £24 usually paid annually. Members stand a very good chance of winning and recuperating their subscription. Application forms can be downloaded here.
1st prize - Nr.3 I McCauley £25
2nd prize - Nr. 32 D Killey £12.50
3rd prize - Nr. 23 J Sherry £8.50
The 100 club is set up to help with funding needed to keep our Sailing for the Disabled boat afloat.
A prize draw is held towards the end of each month. At present there are 46 members who pay £2 per month. £1 of this goes into SFTD funds and the other £1 is returned as part of the prizes. The current 46 members are contributing £46 per month to funds. This is £552 per annum. If there were 100 members then the prizes awarded each month would be:
First prize £50, Second prize £30, Third prize £20 and £ 1,200 added to funds.
Please consider joining the 100 club and encourage your family, friends and sponsors to become members. Application forms can be downloaded from the website, or obtained from committee members. Some forms are also available on the boat.
Would you like to support your charity and become part of the 100 Club then simply download the application form here.
If you haven't signed up for this delightful event yet, there is still time.
We ask everyone to bring their favourite cake, scones, buns, sandwiches, nibbles etc., Home made or simply bought. But even empty handed you are welcome, we just want you to enjoy yourself and we will make sure there is enough for all of us.
There will be a quiz and a few games and lots of chat. Come along and meet your fellow members, both old and new.
The date is Sunday 22nd April. from 4pm to 7pm.
The venue is the Manx blind welfare centre, Onchan.
Tickets are FREE!
Please contact the vice chairman Neil Johnson to reserve your place. E mail email@example.com or call 401811