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Donations & Fundraising

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DONATIONS & FUNDRAISING

EQUIPMENT FUND

Donate to help HRC replace and upgrade our fleet!
Donations of more than $20.00, made to the National Sports Trust Fund – Project HRC Equipment Fund, are tax deductible and will be used to purchase new rowing shells, oars and/or coach boats and motors.

Information can be found in these documents:
HRC Equipment Fund Info Sheet
HRC Equipment Fund Donation Form
HRC Equipment Fund In-kind Form 

To Donate, complete the donation form and send the form with a cheque made out to “National Sport Trust Fund“, and mail the form and cheque to the address at the top of the form. HRC would really appreciate hearing about your donation, please send a quick email to payments@halifaxrowing.ca to let us know!

Halifax Rowing Club has set up the HRC Equipment Fund as a fundraising project under the umbrella of the National Sports Trust Fund (NSTF). Eligible donations of more than $20 can receive a charitable tax receipt.

To better serve our members, and enhance our fitness and competitive programs, Halifax Rowing Club needs to replace and upgrade its fleet. By supporting the HRC Equipment Fund you can help to make this happen!! We are looking to raise $45,000 over the next 3 years!

In past years, HRC has used grants to fund the purchase of new and used shells. We have also borrowed funds from financial institutions, partnered with RowNS, and used monies raised through fees charged to our members.

And while this approach has allowed us to purchase some new-to-us shells, and fund necessary maintenance, we need an influx of funds to replace our oldest, most well-used shells and purchase additional new shells, oars and other equipment needed to meet the needs of our growing youth and adult programs.

The HRC Equipment Fund has been set up as a fundraising project under the umbrella of the National Sports Trust Fund (NSTF). Eligible donations of more than $20 can receive a charitable tax receipt.

2017 BOAT FUND

2022 is the final year for the 2017 Boat Fund Investment Plan.