About Campaign

ends 30 Sep 2018, 11:59 PM
The Future Ready Sailor programme is an innovative and experiential learning programme that uses the allure of sailing to inspire and empower youths.


1. Bring to life STEM Concepts: To use sailing as an exciting and creative platform to spark curiosity and creativity in youth groups by bringing classroom subjects (like science, maths, physics) to life with sailing and immersive media

2. Raise Sustainability Heroes: To educate students about marine biodiversity, marine debris, ocean plastification and educate them about sustainable development, in particular ocean health, so that we raise the next generation of ocean ambassadors

3. Develop Future Readiness and Mental Resilience: To teach students how to develop the mindset and mental skills necessary to cope with future challenges of uncertainty, decision making and stress

4. Offer Inclusive Sailing: To allow students of all backgrounds the
opportunity to learn in an outdoor environment and to go sailing

This programme uses sailing to bring to life STEM Concepts and inspire the youth to become resilient, future ready ocean ambassadors.

More details can be found here. http://bit.ly/FutureReadySailor-4pager

About the Charity

Singapore Sailing Federation is the national governing body for sailing in Singapore.

Together with its affiliates, the federation's mission is to get more Singaporeans, every student included, to go sailing.
To inspire Singaporeans, the federation runs national training programs to help Singaporean sailors to win medals at regional and international events including the SEA Games, Asian Games and hopefully soon enough, the Olympic Games.

Singaporean sailors have stepped up to the Olympic level and are reaching for the first Olympic sailing medal for Singapore. With more local home grown sailors putting their studies and careers on hold to give it their all at the Olympics, the federation needs more funds to support their efforts.


Fundraising can help to raise more and change more lives.

Children & Youth