The Trust is extremely grateful to all the organisations that provide support.
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The Whirlwind Charitable Trust, a long-term supporter of the Ellen Macarthur Cancer Trust, is a grant-donating charity whose main focus is to provide life-enhancing experiences for young, disadvantaged and disabled people, principally but not exclusively through the challenge and stimulation of maritime and outdoor pursuits.
Crerar Hotel Trust donates to local community, sport, medical, educational and children's charities. All of these charities are extremely important to Crerar Hotels. Supporting these local charities and giving back to those whose everyday lives are in in some way affected is at the heart of Crerar Hotels.
Mr. Chris Livett, Waterman to H.M. Queen Elizabeth II and Managing Director of Livett’s Launches, has worked with Dame Ellen MacArthur on several projects over the past 5 years. For 2009 Chris is helping bring the yacht to London for the second leg of the Round Britain Voyage in May.
Cowes Sailing Networks is a unique Business Club that is organised around an annual programme of Informal Sailing, Yacht Racing and Social Events, with the purpose of sharing contacts, developing professional relationships and making new friends. It is a strategic forum aimed at those with common interests from the Business, Yachting and Technology arenas.
ValueBOATS is a low cost, fixed fee boat & yacht brokerage service just boats under £15,000. Our service includes a full conveyancing package and brings traditional, professional brokerage within the reach of owners of smaller boats. We make a donation to the Trust for every boat we list.
“Tyler gained lots of confidence and lots of new friends who he is still in touch with. I’m really glad he went. To meet children who have been through the same thing is invaluable. Whilst sailing, Tyler met a volunteer who had had the same cancer as Tyler and was in his twenties. That gave him a lot of hope for the future.”
- Mother of Tyler, 15
“Jay returned full of confidence, chat, and knowledge of sailing. Jay had ‘life’ back in his eyes. He enjoyed the whole experience. His highlight was the privilege of sailing a yacht with Ellen. He would love to sail again. He even cooked a lasagne on his own for his yachting crew (He never cooks!!) He was full of pride.”
- Mother of Jay, 16