RACE FOR A CAUSE
The Mount Sinai Sailing Association has sponsored The American Cancer Society Regatta for many years. We are very proud that our Regatta is the second longest running Charity Regatta in the United States. During that time we have raised over a half a million dollars for the American Cancer Society. The ACS Regatta has been nationally recognized and has been featured in Sailing World magazine among others.
For this year's Regatta, we'd like to offer special thanks to two of our sister clubs for their support of this event:
With the help of local organizations like MSYC and PJYC, this MSSA event will be successful, and can continue for years to come. We truly appreciate their commitment and support!
Our most recent ACS Regatta was held on Saturday, September 17, 2022, with a rollicking post-race party immediately following.MSSA was able to raise over $10,000 for the American Cancer Society. There's no better way to spend a day on and off the water!
We will also encourage online fundraising via our American Cancer Society Virtual Regatta! This is the best way to ensure we have a banner fundraising year. You don’t even have to be entered in the actual regatta — just set up a team and raise money for this worthy cause. Note that there is no entry fee required to participate in this virtual regatta!
To set up your "team", just do the following:
42nd Annual American Cancer Society Charity Regatta
Sponsored by the Mt. Sinai Sailing Association
Saturday, September 16, 2023
GENERAL RACE INFORMATION
* Over Five Trophy Sponsored PHRF Divisions *
* First, Second & Third Place Trophies In All Divisions *
* Team Trophy Awarded To Club With Best Three Finishers *
* This is a YRALIS Qualifying Event *
* Limited Guest Moorings are available *
After Race Party, Including Food, Beverages, Entertainment, and a Raffle for Numerous Prizes!
Please Plan to Join Us!
The American Cancer Society is the nationwide community-based voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by preventing cancer, saving lives and diminishing suffering from the cancer through research, education, advocacy and service. http://www.cancer.org/