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Greetings from South Africa! We are Cape Windjammers Education Trust, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing sail training to young South Africans to build life and leadership skills. We would like to introduce our work to you and ask for your support to our work.

What we do
We are Africa's first organization that uses the proven intervention of sail training to help young South Africans from poor backgrounds develop life skills to help give them a future. Over the last four years, we have provided more than 1,400 sail training days to youths with our team of dedicated volunteers.

How you can help
We are thankful for any contribution to our fund raising efforts. You can purchase Cape Windjammers merchandize in our store (Capewindjammers T-Shirts, Capewindjammers Gifts, Art, Posters, and more, and the proceeds will go towards our programs. You can also donate through Greater Good South Africa (Connect Ľ Cape Windjammers Education Trust - The first online social marketplace for people who want to make a difference.

Thank you for your consideration. If you have any further questions or would like to find out more, please ask us here or consult our website ( or You can also sign up to our newsletter to stay in touch!

On behalf of the Cape Windjammers Education Trust team,

Dr Antje Nahnsen
Cape Town
South Africa

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