Sally Helme Honored with Leadership in Women’s Sailing Award
June 6, 2015 -- Sally Helme, of Newport, RI and publisher of Bonnier Corp.’s Cruising World and Sailing World magazines, has been honored with the 2015 Leadership in Women's Sailing Award.
From Left to Right: Scottie Robinson, Sally Helme, Linda Newland and Joan Thayer.
Scottie and Joan are 2015 Conference Co-chairs and WSF board members. Linda Newland is WSF president of the WSF board.
Photo courtesy of Susan Ogan
Take The Helm® - 14th annual Women's Sailing Conference
Women heading out to the Sonars for coaching on Sail Trim - Photo courtesy of Susan Ogan
On June 6th, the Corinthian Yacht Club in Marblehead, MA, hosted the 14th annual Women’s Sailing Conference, an all-day event of on-the-water coaching and on-land seminars. Corinthian Yacht Club Rear Commodore Annie Harris welcomed the 90 attendees in the morning. Read More
AdventureSail® - Boston, June 13, 2015
Courageous Sailing Center in Charlestown,MA, hosted the 18th AdventureSail® event for 19 pairs of big and little sisters aged 9 to 14 from the Big Sister Association of Greater Boston. Read More
Women’s Sailing Conference gets more publicity!
Susan Lyons, head of the fundraising event at the Women’s Sailing Conference June 6th inspired the woman at Sailrite to the extent that Sailrite did an interview with our president, Linda Newland. Click below to read the resulting article.
Portland, OR, AdventureSail® event
A smashing success with 17 girls from Girls Inc on May 9th. Read More
The Women’s Sailing Foundation is pleased to announce a scholarship opportunity for a teenage girl age aged 14-17 who has participated in an AdventureSail® event, to have a Tall Ship experience aboard the Adventuress in the San Juan Islands in Washington State, August 2 to 5, 2015.
Go to www.soundexp.org click on Girls at the Helm for more details.
Deadline for Scholarship is March 15, 2015. Click for application
The scholarship does not include travel expense.
Do you want to be part of a national non-profit organization that focuses on improving the lives of women and girls through education and sailing? Do you have a skill - event planning, fundraising , public relations, or secretarial – that you’re willing to put to volunteer work? If so, consider being a member of the board of directors of the Women's Sailing Foundation.
We are a working board. And while keeping the organization moving forward and getting more women involved in sailing, you will be giving back to the sport you enjoy.