All in a Row - For Charity

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The “All In A Row” event was established by the rowing community along the east coast of Ireland in 2016 in an effort to raise much needed funds for local charities.

On the 1st of December 2018 the rowing, kayak & canoe clubs along with private rowing boat owners will endure a 10 hour row/paddle to raise money for both the RNLI and The Irish Underwater Search and Recovery Unit.

All In A Row will take place from St. Patrick’s Rowing Club based at the “Tom Clarke bridge (formerly East Link Bridge) to Heuston Station Bridge and to the Grattan Bridge during high tide. During low tide it can be viewed along the banks of the Liffey.

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We kindly ask you for donation of any amount that will go direclty to the charities involved this year. We are aiming to raise 30K from online, company donations and via sponsorship cards.


Charity Info: 

The Royal National Lifeboat Institution
The Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) is the charity that saves lives at sea. Our vision is to end preventable loss of life at sea.

We save lives by providing a rescue service at sea, education and supervision on beaches together with influencing other organisations, policy-makers and regulators, throughout Ireland, England, Scotland and Wales. The RNLI provides a 24-hour search and rescue service to 100 nautical miles out from the coast of Ireland and the UK.

95% of RNLI people are volunteers. We have 4,800 volunteer Lifeboat Crew, and over 22,000 volunteer community fundraisers plus thousands of other dedicated volunteers who raise awareness, give safety advice and help in our museums, shops and offices.

Our crews and lifeguards have saved over 142,000 lives since the RNLI was formed in 1824.
We have 46 Lifeboat stations around the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.
We have 4 inland lifeboat stations at Lough Derg, Lough Ree & 2 on Lough Erne.

Our statistics In 2016:
1136 launches
1649 people rescued
37 lives saved
28 people rescued per week, on average
Charity Number 20003326 in the Republic of Ireland.

The Irish Underwater Search and Recovery Unit

The Irish Underwater Search and Recovery Unit (IUSRU) is a charity registered in the Republic of Ireland under charity number, CHY20132.

When persons go missing within our rivers, canals, lakes or around our coasts they go beyond the reach of the public and require specialist equipment and personnel to bring them home, the IUSRU is made up of a dedicated team of volunteers who’s objective is to search for missing people underwater and recover them for their families and friends so they can be given a dignified resting place.

The IUSRU was formed in January 2012 to provide a professional, dedicated and highly trained service that could carry out the task of recovering missing persons with compassion and sensitivity.

In 2014 there were 114 recorded deaths through drowning in Ireland which is an improvement on 2013 with 123 deaths recorded*. The IUSRU will continue to supply this much needed service to the citizens of Ireland to ensure closure can be brought to the families of the missing.

*Source: IWS Drowning Statistics 2012 and 2013
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