CSC x Rainbow Centre Joy Sail
Earlier today, CSC hosted 50 students with Autism and their caregivers from Rainbow Centre Yishun Park School for a morning of joy on water. An annual collaboration, this event is one the club and its members eagerly look forward to each time. Despite a few unexpected cancellations due to COVID-19, CSC managed to rally enough boats at the 11th hour to accommodate our friends from Rainbow Centre.
The Centre regularly work with partners (such as us!) to create opportunities for persons with disabilities to make the most of their abilities and participate meaningfully in society. Through practical education, meaningful support and effective training programmes, Rainbow Centre strives to increase the quality of life for persons with autism and their families.
Blessed with calm waters, clear skies and a gentle breeze – the conditions were near perfect for sailors and guests. Big thank you to the following boats and skippers for supporting this meaningful sailing event:
- Zig Zag / Andy
- Red Rum One / Steve
- Birregurra / Basil
- Ikaroa / Christian
- Minx / Lucas
- Olmeto / Jonathan
- Jellico / Cedric
- Bolina / Pedro
- Baby Beluga / Soo Chong
- Marut / Luke
- Kaze / Xavier
- Notus / Daniel
We would also like to thank Aunty Sharifah (teacher in-charge) for organizing this every year, providing precious opportunities for the students and families. Finally, a solid bravo zulu to the operations crew from CSC – for ensuring participants were safe and supported throughout the entire embarkation / disembarkation process!
Once again, thank you all who took the time and effort to support this event. See you next time!
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