The Royal Yacht Squadron Isle of Wight Foundation is a registered charity founded in the Royal Yacht Squadron bi-centenary year 2015.
WHAT IS THE MISSION OF THE RYS FOUNDATION?
The RYS Foundation’s mission is to work to raise aspiration of young people aged 15-29 living on the Isle of Wight, opening their minds to opportunities outside the realm of their normal environment
WHAT ARE THE OBJECTIVES OF THE RYS FOUNDATION?
The objectives of the RYS Foundation are to provide financial support for young people living on the Isle of Wight in order that they may participate in education or acquire vocational skills that they could not otherwise afford and without which they cannot develop the capabilities, competences and skills which will help their future prospects.
Working closely with schools and other organisations on the Island, the RYS Foundation will provide targeted help to train young people, enabling them to take up opportunities for which they would otherwise fail to qualify, helping them to get access to higher educational standards and so gain better quality employment predominantly in the marine industry.
For applications: firstname.lastname@example.org
For general help: email@example.com
For marine industry: firstname.lastname@example.org
Major-General Sir Martin White CB CBE HM Lord-Lieutenant, Chairman.
Michael MacInnes, Mrs Claire Oulton, Mrs Susie Sheldon DL, Colonel Carron Snagge OBE, Neil McGrigor, Commodore Peter Melson CVO, CBE, The Hon Christopher Sharples, James Stevens, James Attrill
The Royal Yacht Squadron Isle of Wight Foundation. Company number 9138930
Charity registration number 1158850