As a charitable trust we are constantly fundraising and are most grateful to the companies, organisations and individuals who support us. We have a general fund that supports our every day running costs, a bursary scheme that ensures no one is precluded from joining us on financial grounds and our Blue Mermaid Fund, which supports of our new sailing barge. If you like what you see in this website please consider supporting us in one of the following ways:
Adult Supporter Groups
Some weekends and other periods are available for charter by adult supporter groups. These raise funds for the charity and assist us to subsidise young people who might otherwise struggle to join us. Please contact us for more information.
Many of our projects are suitable for sponsorship, particularly by companies and organisations. This might be annual, a one-off event or specific project.
For more information please contact us here.
We are able to receive donations online, courtesy of MyDonate. This is very beneficial to us because we pay neither subscription nor commission charges whilst benefiting from Gift Aid, which makes your donation worth 25% more.
MyDonate is a not-for-profit, online fundraising service for UK charities from BT. This service provides a secure, easy-to-use way for you to donate money to charity. Please click here to make a donation.
If you would like to make a regular donation to us by standing order please download this form, which also allows us to reclaim Gift Aid.
If you prefer to donate by post it would be appreciated if your payment is sent together with the current Gift Aid declaration form, which is available here.
If you have already made a Will but would like to leave a gift to Sea-Change Sailing Trust, you can do so by making a simple addition to your existing Will called a codicil.
By adding this supplement to your will you can include new instructions and delete old ones without having to go through the task of revoking the whole Will.
Further questions? Please contact us here or call 01621 840982. Thank you