Raising Funds for Action Breast Cancer

Get the Girls to Get on Board

 
The ISA has partnered with the Irish Cancer Society for our Women on the Water Ireland WOWI) initiative, to combine getting more ladies on the water with raising funds for a charity close to many hearts.

On average 2,000 women are diagnosed with breast cancer in Ireland each year. This year WOWI aims to get over 2,000 women on the water in aid of Action Breast Cancer with an aim raising €20,000 for the Irish Cancer Society.

How can you get involved?
Sailors - Bring a female friend out on the water.
Clubs - Organise a ladies regatta / event or run a taster session.
Training Centres - Schedule a ladies only courses or run a taster session.

If you manage to collect a €10 charity donation from each lady, we will be helping a super charity AND getting more ladies to get on board.

For more information see www.sailing.ie/WOWI

Rally round and Get the Girls to Get on Board this year
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1. Please enter your personal contact information. This will only be used internally by the ISA should we need to contact you regarding your WOWI event.
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2. Please enter the contact information for your Club or Training Centre. This information will be displayed on the WOWI website www.sailing.ie/WOWI and will be used by participants to contact you.
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3. On what date(s) will your organisation run a WOWI event? And at what time?
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4. What sport(s) will you be offering Taster Sessions for?
5. Please provide a more detailed description of your WOWI event. This will be published on the ISA website and may also be used for PR purposes.
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6. We urge all participants of a WOWI event to donate €10 to Action Breast Cancer. As the organiser you can choose to run your event for €10 with all proceeds going to the Irish Cancer Society or you can include the donation on top of your booking fee.

What is the cost for participants to attend your WOWI event? This will be published on the WOWI website.
7. Please provide any other information you would like us to publish regarding your organisation's WOWI event.