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Grantee Spotlight: US Sailing REACH

October 6, 2016

What is Reach? Reach is a program started by US Sailing in 2012 to use sailing as an educational platform to teach science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). The goal of this program is simple: get kids sailing to teach them about science and technology through hands-on learning, and spark their curiosity for a career path…

11th Hour Racing Grantees at 2016 Our Ocean Conference

September 28, 2016

The Our Oceans conference held in Washington D.C. on September 15 and 16th 2016 not only brings together organizations from around the globe to discuss pressing ocean issues, it also encourages participants to pledge action to create long-lasting impact. A number of 11th Hour Racing’s grantee participated in this global conference and further committed to…

International Coastal Cleanup hits home for Ambassador Dave Rearick

September 23, 2016

International Coastal Clean-up Day, organized by Ocean Conservancy, September 17, 2016 Cleanup sponsored by Dave Rearick, Ambassador of 11th Hour Racing Town of Dune Acres, IN: Southern Shores of Lake Michigan Hidden away on the Southern Shores of Lake Michigan, an hour’s drive from Chicago, are the Indiana Dunes, a National Lakeshore Park. This wonderful…

11th Hour Racing Grants $1 Million to Sail Newport’s Campaign for Blue Space

September 7, 2016

NEWPORT, RI (September 6, 2016)- Sail Newport announced today that 11th Hour Racing has awarded a grant of $1 million to its fundraising Campaign for Blue Space. The funds will be used for a new facility and the expansion of marine educational programming at the non-profit public sailing center. 11th Hour Racing is a Newport-based…


June 29, 2016

Aboard sailing research vessel American Promise, Rozalia Project’s scientists and innovators are studying microfiber pollution in the Hudson River to support a solution to microfiber pollution -and keep us from eating our fleece!   On the Hudson River, NY (June 28, 2016) – Rozalia Project for a Clean Ocean, an environmental non-profit working on the issue of…

Hudson River Community Sailing: Inspiring NYC youth through STEM and Sailing

May 18, 2016

  Each year, 150 students from nine public high schools in New York City, each with a unique story, participate in Sail Academy, a four-year youth development program at Hudson River Community Sailing (HRCS). HRCS students learn to sail, build wooden boats, and receive academic credit through an afterschool program that uses STEM curriculum and…

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