Australian Sailing Limited Search Project

Sailability Australia

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Fundraising Goal: $0

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About this project

Sailability is a volunteer run program providing the fun, experience and independence of sailing to people with all abilities.

It is dependent on a volunteer network, who provide practical support to get participants out on the water and on fundraising to support the program costs! Fundraising activities allow us to buy boats and equipment, renovate facilities to make them accessible, fund participants to complete recognised Learn to Sail courses and assist participants financially in the cost of travelling to compete in events.

There are never enough resources to support the number of people of all-abilities wanting to get out on the water through Sailability and therefore continuous fundraising is needed to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to participate in sailing.

Donate today and help us provide a life-changing sailing experience for people of all abilities.

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