Glebe Rowing Club Tinnies Appeal

$1,450 of $5,000 goal

Raised by 15 people in 13 months
Glebe Rowing Club (GRC) is the third oldest rowing club on Sydney Harbour and was established in July 1879 in Blackwattle Bay.
The present rowing shed, opened in 2001, stands as a tribute to the generous support of the local community, past and present rowers and friends of Glebe Rowing Club.

As a community club our coaches give their time unstintingly, on a voluntary basis,  to help juniors and people from the community to improve their skills and enjoy this healthy outdoor sport. However, the motors on some of our tinnies are old and unreliable. We are in desperate need of new outboard motors so that our coaches can accompany members around Blackwattle Bay without fear of breaking down and being stranded.

If you can help in any way you can it would be very much appreciated.

Any amount. Every member. Let's make GRC thrive!
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$1,450 of $5,000 goal

Raised by 15 people in 13 months
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Oliver Ryan
8 months ago
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Brian Prenderville
9 months ago
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James Gould
10 months ago
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Adam Ramshaw
12 months ago
JM
$100
Jennifer McKeown
13 months ago
JS
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John Schwartz
13 months ago
CM
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Catherine Maxwell
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Don Gregorio
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Alan Sommerville
13 months ago
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Lauren Gibbs
13 months ago
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