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Donate to

the Navy Sea Cadet Corps 911 Division

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How You Can Support Us

We want the best for our kids and we work hard to provide cadets opportunities to experience hands-on training, community outreach, team-building exercises, and leadership-building retreats. The Sea Cadet program offers experience cadets can look back on as one of the greatest and most memorable experiences of their lives!  In addition to monthly drills, our cadets take summer advancement training camps - medical, aviation, law enforcement, leadership, culinary arts, international studies, and basic recruit training (Boot Camp).  Each cadet is also proud to serve the community by participating in activities such as Honor Guard ceremonies, Color Guard presentations, and community parades.

You can also donate using one of the following methods:

  1. You can donate via the secure PayPal link with any of the payment methods PayPal currently accepts (credit card, PayPal, e-check, etc).  If you don't have a PayPal account, click the link above, scroll pass the login option and click "Pay with Credit Card". 

  2. If your company considers making a tax-deductible donation to the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps, 9-1-1 Division, please contact us.

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Why Your Donation Matters

While federally chartered by Congress and sponsored by the Long Island Council of the U.S. Navy League, our local operations are supported solely by donations from parents, friends, family members, and community members like you. Navy Sea Cadet Corps Nine-Nine-One Division welcomes donations, large or small, which can help to provide opportunities for our cadets. Your donation will go straight to our Unit to benefit the cadets. 

Where does your donation go?

Your donations help to ensure that the best possible training opportunities are available to all cadets. Your money will help us cover


- unit meals and snacks for drill weekend
 - facilities fees and equipment for off-site drills

- will help us buy supplies for overnight drills and training 

Please consider a donation to the US Naval Sea Cadet Corps – 911 Division. 

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