Whistler Sailing Association held the first ever Adaptive Sailing Camp in Whistler. Funding from AFOW was essential for providing three key elements to the delivery of the adaptive program. The Disabled Sailing Association of B.C. was so impressed with the efforts they donated a Martin 16 Sailboat to the Adaptive Sailing program and they will now be able to offer the adaptive sailing program during the entire summer of 2017.
Thanks to AFOW they now have the equipment and the facilities to support this program.
Join us on Thursday, December 29, for a very special AFOW event at the Audain Art Museum. For further information on what’s happening at the AAM:
A great video about Whistler Blackcomb in the early days. Enjoy.
Learn about all the events happening at the Audain Art Museum in their newsletter. http://us1.campaign-archive1.com/?u=8b63a979daa760f38b0583429&id=3722a564d8&e=a538011593
American Friends of Whistler is a proud supporter of this iconic Whistler feature.
We will soon share information about an AFOW special event at the Audain Art Museum.
Another year has passed and through your generous donations American Friends of Whistler continues to make a difference in, for many of us, our second community. Over the years we have been able to assist a great number of organizations across a very diverse group of initiatives. It can only be done with your help and we hope you share our excitement for what has been achieved over the years.
For more details about AFOW the 2015 Annual Report follows:
Annual Report 2015
The funding AFOW provides to WCSS is vital to the strength of the Food Bank, Healthy Choices and the Support Network of Whistler (SNOW). This funding improves the lives of many people, building a stronger, healthier Whistler.
For further information on the work done by WCSS go to www.mywcss.org