LBYC Fund DBA NT Daniel Regional Sailing & Boating Center
Lake Belton Yacht Club Fund is a non-profit corporation and operates exclusively for charitable, religious, educational, and scientific purposes including, for such purposes, the making of distributions to organizations that qualify as exempt organizations under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, or the corresponding section of any future federal tax code. LBYC Fund purpose is to provide sailing and boating education along with water safety education and promote sailing and boating water sports.
We provide education by giving lectures and power-point presentations in schools, libraries, and other public venues as well as utilizing social channels and the corporation’s website to provide facts, statistics, and other related information on sailing, boating and water safety.
Our LBYC Fund supports sailing and boating for youth, Boy & Girl Scouts along with Sea Scouts, high school and collegiate programs, adults, veteran or active duty service members, and eventually handicapped,. The program also fosters local, national, and international competitive sailing and boating activities. To maximize our impact on our current efforts, we support various sailing and boating programs geared towards a wide array of individuals, including youth and collegiate education programs. We may also seek to collaborate with other non-profit organizations which fall under the 501(c)(3) section of the Internal Revenue Code and are operated exclusively for educational and charitable purposes. Programs will be administrated by the Nancy Toms Daniel; Regional Sailing & Boating Center.
Currently our program is entirely on a volunteer basis. A future goal is to provide internships and additional volunteer opportunities, allowing for increased involvement in the program activities which will lead to a more positive impact on the community as a whole. In addition, another future goal is to be able to fund employment of a full or part time Sailing Programs Director, adult and youth Sailing Instructors, security and dock management, and to erect a public Sailing Center & Pavilion.
At times, per the discretion of the board of directors, we may also provide grants for sailing and boating education, competitive sailing, and instructor development.
High School Sailing or Rowing Clubs and Varsity Teams
Collegiate Sailing or Rowing Clubs and Varsity Teams
Youth Sailing and Boating education programs
Adult Sailing and Boating education programs
ASA and U.S. Sailing Programs
Olympic Sailing Programs
Handicap Sailing/Boating Programs (future project)
N.T. Daniel Central Texas, Regional Sailing & Boating Center.
The fund may provide for other 501(c)(3) organizations supporting sailing and boating.
General operations, fundraising, facilities, assets, maintenance, security, regional & national regattas, IRS compliance, US Sailing Sail Symposiums, Scholarships by merit or economic disposition, Boating and safety education training, Sailing Instructor, Coach, Rules Judge, and Umpire training. High School & Collegiate sailing and boating programs, regional/national regattas, Boy-Girl-Sea Scouts
Projected Central Texas 4 and 2 year College & University Sailing programs:
University of Mary Harden Baylor CruSailors Sailing Team/Club
Baylor Sailors Sailing Team/Club
Southwestern University Sailing Team/Club
Texas A&M Central Texas Sailing Club
Central Texas College Sailing Club
Temple College Sailing Club
McLennan Community College Sailing Club
TSTC Sailing Club
Current & Projected Central Texas High School Sailing programs:
Temple High School Wildcat Sailing Club (active)
Belton High School Tigers Sailing Club (active)
Other public & private Central Texas schools as formed