On 17th December I’m taking part in a charity rowing challenge on the Bristol Harbour and would be hugely grateful if you could donate. The Row-Ho-Ho benefits two charities:
– PROPS, an amazing charity that supports adults with learning disabilities, giving them job training, career opportunities and experience in a variety of sport. Funds raised in last year’s Row-Ho-Ho helped PROPS to open a cafe providing a location for these opportunities, you can read more about it here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-bristol-67360470
– City of Bristol Rowing Club, a charity which aims to make rowing more accessible to the entire community by providing routes into the sport for both children and adults, including bursaries. I have personally benefitted from a club that provides a Learn to Row programme for adults, when many other clubs don’t, so it’s a cause close to my heart.
As many of you will have pointed out, I already row for enjoyment so to up the stakes, I am offering to take part in the charity races wearing as much terrible rowing kit as I possibly can. This includes items that are particularly personally offensive for a variety of reasons (long standing rivalries or principles, think along the lines of a City fan being made to wear a United shirt). So if you have any kit you think fits the bill and you would like to see me wear it, go ahead and pop a few ££ into the pot and send me a message, I’ll wear as much of it as I can!
Last year we raised over £6000 in total so we’d love to beat that and raise even more this year. Thank you for your donation 🙂
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