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CISF Annual Fund 

Help develop the next generation of ocean and environmental stewards! CISF relies on the support of our community to provide marine access, marine education, and sailing to people of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds.

Every program that CISF runs is either partially subsidized or free.

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

  • 3 O’Pen Bic sailboats with dollies
  • 2 Corn Holes games with bean bags (extra ideally)
  • Hand nets for the marsh
  • 2 Underwater Viewers
  • Kayaks with paddles
  • Stand Up Paddle Boards
  • One new Hobie Wave
  • One Hobie Wave Dynamic Dolly
  • 2 29ers
  • Extra 29er sails
  • Buyers for 3 Nacra 15s

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.

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CISF is registered with Amazon Smile. If you shop on Amazon, use this link to get what you need and support CISF:

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2019 Camp Registration



CISF Survey + Feedback

We strive to make Jamestown Sea Adventure Camp the best that it can be every season. Parent and camper feedback is crucial to our continued success. Please download a survey/feedback form and either mail it in or e-mail it to CISF Executive Director, Meg Myles.

  • Eco Club is hosting their first Monthly Island Clean up! This Friday the 13th. Starting at the Jamestown Philomenian Library at 3pm. Dress for the weather! We will provide bags, BYOGloves #ecoclub #beachcleanup #childdriven #marinedebris #savetheturtles
  • 2 weeks until the start of Sea Adventure Camp!!! 2019 is shaping up to be the best summer yet! #adventuresailing #hobiewaves #seaadventurecamp #youthsailing #jamestownri #ftgetty
  • 2nd graders at Melrose School are testing out their sail designs! Project Build a Boat continues. #buildaboat #saildesign #steam #makerspace #2ndgrade #marineeducation
  • Thanks to Marc at Calico Lobster Company, Midnight Moon is one step closer to deployment. The 65’ lobster boat, Terri-Anne will deploy her.
#midnightmoon #educationalpassages #miniboat #oceandrifter #LobstermanMarc #lobsterboatTerri-Anne #jamestownschools
  • #miniboatonthemove #onestepclosertodeployment #🤞🏻
  • Melrose’s mini boat is one step closer to being deployed. Heading to the Cape tomorrow, weather permitting #midnightmoon #oceandrifter #engagingeducation
  • Jamestown Lawn school epoxy team.
  • Jamestown Lawn students attached the keels to two mini boats today! One step closer to launch!
#jamestownstudentsrock #oceandrifters #educationalpassages
  • Officially Melrose voted on Midnight Moon! The 3rd & 4th grade voted for these designs for the ocean drifter! #eductationalpassages #oceandrifter #melroseschool
  • Built by 3 first graders! This design held 160 golf balls before it sank!! Very innovative design! #youngminds #projectbasedlearning #problemsolving #challenge
  • Build a buoy challenge! All students K-2 were challenged to make a buoy out of pvc pipes, frisbees, and zip ties, and it had to hold more than 50 golf balls before sinking! #buoyancy  #makerspace #projectbasedlearning #challenge #marineeducation
  • Outdoor water refill station at Grand Canyon National Park!
#bringareusablebottle #getoutdoors #nationalparks #nomoreplasticwaterbottles #reduceplasticuse #GCNP

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