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The Notice of Race for Mobility Cup 2017 in Kelowna is now available at mobilitycup.com.

Don't wait, register now!

 

CANSail Checklists

Good news for Learn to Sail programs!  The Sail Canada CANSail checklists have been adapted to accommodate the needs of sailors with disabilities.  They will be integrated into the Sail Canada Checklick program that sailing schools use to register their students and follow their progress online.

Donate

Our programs and services are supported by donors like you. Your financial involvement enables AbleSail Network to support disabled sailing programs across Canada.

Your support helps programs make sailing affordable, accessible and inclusive to all Canadians with a disability by providing:

Safe and reliable boats and other essential equipment
Qualified staff
Professional coaches
Active volunteers
Instructional, recreational and competitive programming

Help support the growth and development of the AbleSail Network; you can give to ASN through the following options:

Give Online

Make a secure online donation via CanadaHelps to ASN. We've partnered with CanadaHelps to ensure your giving is secure and simple.

Give by Mail

Send a one-time or monthly donation by mail to:
Able Sail Network
c/o Sail Canada
Portsmouth Olympic Harbour
53 Yonge Street
Kingston, Ontario
Canada
K7M 6G4

Give Securities

Donate stocks, bonds, and mutual funds simply and securely through the CanadaHelps. Gifts of securities is now the most tax efficient way to make a charitable donation and a great way for donors to make a greater impact with their gift.

Our Charitable foundation registration number is 85530 1115 RR0001, all donations will receive a receipt for tax purposes.

CanadaHelps is a registered charity that processes secure, low-cost, online donations on behalf of Canada’s 83,000 registered charitable organizations. CanadaHelps assesses a 3.9% transaction fee on each donation to the AbleSail Network– which covers all fees and costs to receipt donors and to disburse funds to charities.

Within minutes of making a donation, you will receive an official electronic tax receipt from CanadaHelps via email. You can view a web demo of the donation process here.

CanadaHelps recognizes that privacy and security are important issues for both donors and charities and as such is committed to ensuring a safe experience when using CanadaHelps.org. You can review the measures that CanadaHelps takes to protect your security and privacy online. For more general information, go to the FAQ section on the CanadaHelps website.

Get Involved

Freedom, independence, empowerment and fun are all terms we commonly hear from our members. Sailing is a sport for some and recreation for others but all agree that there's nothing like the feeling of being out on the water with our wheelchairs or walking aids back at the dock and knowing that we are safe and in control. My thanks to the dedicated staff and volunteers that make all of this possible.

Rick Watters, Sailor

Of all the volunteer jobs I have (and I have several), the one at QQDSP in Toronto is one of the more gratifying. It is great to go out with people for whom this time on the water is the highlight of their week. You really feel you are contributing something to their well being. And yes I love sailing. It is one of these win-win situations life doesn't offer enough of.

Marcel Deurvorst, Volunteer

I had no idea that sailing was still a possibility for me after my accident and 10 years later there is no turning back. I have made new friends and will keep on sailing for a long time. I think we should copyright the phrase "I leave my wheelchair at the dock and feel the freedom of being on the water" or anything similar, it has become a motto for all of us in the disabled sailing community.

Han Tacoma, Sailor

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