Surviving COVID-19 closure

by Exeter Rowing Club

Surviving COVID-19 closure by Exeter Rowing Club cover photo


raised by 29 donations

of £10,000.00 Target Goal


Story of Surviving COVID-19 closure

In response to the Coronavirus, the club has lowered its membership drastically to reflect the fact that many members are unable to make use of the club's facilities, or maybe themselves suffering from financial hardship. For those members who are able to continue to support the club at a greater level, any contribution would be greatly appreciated and reduce the long term financial impact of this move. By collecting financial support as donations, rather than membership fees the club is able to reclaim the tax paid on your donation, making it even more impactful.

Exeter Rowing Club

Exeter Rowing Club is situated on the Exeter Ship Canal basin on Exeter’s beautiful historic quayside. The origins of the Club can be traced back to the early 1800’s and with over 140 members we are one of the largest and most successful clubs in the region. Our members regularly compete at local, national and international levels. Rowing is a team sport. We train together, race together and win together. As rowers, coxes and coaches we spend a lot of time within our squads, which is why our club exists as more than just a training facility, we are also a friendly and social group with lots of events and activities taking place off the water.See other opportunities to help us here. Follow the latest events and trends in the philanthropy space hereCharity Registration No. CH12000

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