Building a Better Future
Our continued success and community involvement would not be possible without your generosity.
The Wayzata Community Sailing Center is proud to announce our 2017 Legacy Fund campaign.
Our next chapter has begun.
The friends and supporters of the Wayzata Community Sailing Center have united with members of the local community to build a new sailing & community facility.
Our program has swelled to serves thousands year after year and we’ve out grown our current structure. To fulfill our mission of providing “sailing for everyone” and to do more good in the community we’re asking for financial support.
All donations to the Wayzata Community Sailing Center are tax-deductable.
2017 Fundraising Goals
Building $1.25m, Endowment $200k, Equipment $200k, Landscaping and Fixtures $300k
Legacy Campaign Appeal
The future of the Wayzata Community Sailing Center depends on your generous contributions. If our goals are met, we can create a community center which offers programs that increase the understanding, and appreciation of sailing, the environment, and the importance of preserving the lake eco-system—a Lakeshore Learning Center.
Plant Sailing Center
The facility will help support the organization for generations of sailors to come. Our legacy in the community has been built upon the efforts of many, particularly the Plant Family.
Want to learn more about how you can get involved with the Wayzata Community Sailing Center? Contact our sponsorship director for more information.
Legacy Campaign Sponsors
Contributors of $100,000 or more.
“As a sailor and former Commodore of Wayzata Yacht Club, I welcomed the opportunity to contribute to the Wayzata Sailing Foundation in 2007. Currently operating under the name Wayzata Community Sailing Center, this is a place with a commitment of helping everyone enjoy the sport of sailing.
Regardless of skill, sailors at WCSC learn team work and leadership. The program is nothing short of inspiring. Knowing the life lessons sailing can teach, I know WCSC does excellent work teaching responsibility, ethical sportsmanship and environmental stewardship.
I am further gratified that, as a result of my gift, over 4,500 children and adults have learned to sail. Every student in this hands-on program enjoys camaraderie and the beauty of Lake Minnetonka. Many young people from around the region and adults with disabilities in our outreach programs have experienced Lake Minnetonka for the first time. Remarkable!
I’ve seen firsthand that these experiences change lives. I sincerely hope you will join me and be generous in your contributions to the Wayzata Community Sailing Center.”
Barbara G. Koch
“Growing up on Lake Minnetonka throughout my teenage years, offered me the joyful opportunity of learning to sail! Besides the fun, camaraderie and peace it offered, sailing taught me lots of life lessons; not only the skills needed to be a good and safe sailor but educated me in the guidelines and regulations involved with sailing, from respecting the “tides” of nature itself as well as the responsibilities and courtesies needed to share the beautiful space with other skippers on the waters.
Wayzata is privileged to have the Wayzata Community Sailing Center in our midst. I am happy to contribute in some way so the next generation, both young and old can enjoy this special sports activity!”