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The DSAO sponsored Queen’s Quay Disabled Sailing Program is volunteer intensive.

We are continually grateful for the people who volunteer their valuable time to us and to the sailing community in so many different ways. If you notice someone giving of their own time, take a moment to recognize their contribution. Valuing the work of another goes an exponentially long way towards fostering a strong community.

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Volunteers assist with all aspects of the program and are provided with general and role-specific training. Volunteers perform land, on-the-water, administrative, coaching, planning and coordinating, musical and creative tasks and almost any talent can be fit into the summer and off-season programming while providing experience, learning opportunities or required community credit volunteer hours. Thanks for volunteering comes as direct thanks from members and in invitations to club BBQs and sailing events where you will meet and mingle with fellow volunteers, share a meal, or go for a sail. Public recognition of volunteer achievement comes with awards and publication of the names of distinguished volunteers to the list of Officers of Honour.

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Toronto, ON

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