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Contact norwalkship6
(203) 249-8138
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Ship 6 is a volunteer run and youth led co-ed program for teenagers 14 and up of all backgrounds. It builds character, resourcefulness and confidence. Many of our crew keep a strong interest in sailing and the maritime industry long after their Ship 6 experience. We are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization through our chartering organization and donations are usually tax-deductible. The program goal is to develop able sailors capable of handling the boat and crew as if it were their own. Individual development and team work sail side by side in Ship 6. Funding is a constant challenge. Thank you for supporting our Ship!

Financial Support Checks may be made out to Sea Scout Ship 6. Please see the contact us page for mailing information. (check if your company matches donations, to increasse the impact of your support).

Employee Giving Programs Many companies offer year-end and other donation programs to employees through 3rd party administrators, or are self-managed. Examples are the United Way at Work program, Benevity, Pfizer, etc. Contact your company's benefits or philanthropy administrator for more information.
Gift in Kind Donations We accept many new and "good condition" boating products also known as gift-in-kind donations. We may choose to use the item or sell it to help fund the program.
Boat Donations Depending on the size and condition of the boat we may be able to accept a boat on donation. If we are not able to use the boat as part of our activities we may use it to help fund our program. There are several ways we can make this work. For larger/valuable vessels a professional marine survey valuation will be needed. We can help you find a certified surveyor. If you are interested in donating your boat please contact us.
Contact: (Skipper Kai) 203.249.8138 [email protected]
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