Making Waves with connections that count - The Community Leader and Real Estate New and Views

Pictured: RQYS Commodore David Redfurn, CEO Karen Baldwin, and Vice Commodore John Warlow.

Sometimes, an experience – large or small – can change the course of someone’s life. It could be a chance encounter with an inspirational person. It may be exposure to a glimpse of a world that was previously never seen. The opportunity to learn a new skill. To make new connections.

One such program changing lives is Making Waves, charting a course that allows young people living with disability or disadvantage the chance to get out on the water and learn to sail. Its local base is Royal Queensland Yacht Squadron, Manly, and the program expects to reach around 2000 people over the next few years. This is more than just a drop in the ocean and one of the many groups working locally to make our community better.

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