We are thrilled to say that the 2017–2018 Sailing is Sustainable Fleet Replacement Fundraiser at Willamette Sailing Club’s Annual Awards Banquet on December 2, 2017 was a great success. We exceeded our goal of $15,000 and raised $21,000 just that night. Thank you to all of our amazing donors! Funds raised will allow OYSF to help youth[…]
We are proud to announce that OYSF recently helped the Yaquina Bay Yacht Club acquire new Club 420s from the Gorge Sailing Team in Hood River. Here is an article from the September 2017 issue of YBYC’s newsletter, The Jib Sheet.
This July, Anisha Arcot and Hanna Brush had the opportunity to represent Willamette Sailing Club at the U.S. Junior Women’s Doublehanded Championship hosted by Annapolis Yacht Club in Annapolis, Maryland. Thirty-five teams traveled from around the U.S. to compete for the championship title. Here are some comments from both Anisha and Hanna regarding their experience[…]
Oregon Youth Sailing Foundation Update You may be wondering what is the OYSF? Oregon Youth Sailing Foundation is a 501(c)3 not for profit foundation which serves to support youth sailing in Oregon. Our simple mission is to “get more Oregon youth sailing.” Why? Sailing is a unique sport worth keeping alive. Unlike many team sports[…]
“Get More Oregon Youth Sailing!”
Our current major project is the Willamette Sailing Club Sustainable Sailing Campaign, a fundraising effort in support of fleet replacement at WSC and throughout Oregon this year.
We also raise funds for the Youth Sailing Equipment and Travel Reimbursement Fund, Collegiate Sailing Fund and Community Sailing Initiative. The Equipment Fund accepts cash donations and selected in-kind donations to provide equipment for youth sailing programs. The Travel Reimbursement Fund helps defray the cost of out-of-town travel for youth racing competitors. The Collegiate Sailing Fund sustains college sailing in Oregon by supporting coaching and program costs. The Community Sailing Initiative creates sailing opportunities and instruction for underserved youth in Oregon.