CISF Annual Fund
Help us inspire and empower children and our Community through sailing & education by engaging with the marine environment of Narragansett Bay! CISF relies on support from our community to provide marine access, marine education, and sailing to people of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds.
Watch this short video clip of Dr. Ken Duva, the Superintendent of Jamestown Schools talk about the value of CISF to Jamestown schools & students. Dr Duva Video Clip, Spring 2020
Please consider a tax-deductible donation today. 100% of your donation will be applied to programming and scholarships.
All financial gifts are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
Donations of cash, securities and estate planning are all welcome.
Please contact Meg Myles should you have any questions or for help making a gift.
CISF’s Wish List
- 2 Corn Holes games with bean bags (extra ideally)
- Hand nets for the marsh
- 2 Underwater Viewers
- Kayak paddles
- Stand Up Paddle Board paddles
- RS Feva sail boat
- Art Supplies: paint, brushes, markers, …
- Decks of cards
- Sports equipment – soccer balls, kick balls, volley balls, etc…
- Wave generator parts for our wave tank
- Ocean drifter (mini boat)
Boat & Equipment Donations
CISF accepts boats and marine-related equipment donations. CISF does not have a physical site where boats can be stored. If you are interested in donating a boat or marine-related equipment to CISF, please contact Meg Myles for more information.
CISF is also a registered non-profit with the Block Island Maritime Foundation. Larger boats can be donated to BIMF, and CISF can be the named beneficiary. Contact Meg Myles for details.
CISF is registered with Amazon Smile. If you shop on Amazon, use this link to get what you need and support CISF: https://smile.amazon.com/ch/05-0513580.