Our Impact

Since we launched in 2019, we’ve supported almost 50 projects throughout the UK, positively impacting over 5,000 people. Find out more in our impact report.

Dr. Sherrie Baehr, Founder, The Silverlinings Brain Injury Charity

“It was so incredible and an opportunity the Silverliners have never had before. It has had such a huge impact on some of the Silverliners. Everyone was so thrilled to be able to get in the boat – they all thought it was impossible or that they would fall in!

A huge thank you to Love Rowing for this opportunity which makes such a difference.”

Examples of our projects

Row the Rhythm, Peterborough City Rowing Club

Row the Rhythm, Peterborough City Rowing Club

Impact: The initial pilot was supported by funding from Sport England, and based on its success and growing demand, Love Rowing are working with Peterborough City RC and Camsight to maintain the sessions, and transition participants into integrated members of the club, with funding through grants, trust and foundations.

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Radley College State School Programme with Oxford Academy

Radley College State School Programme with Oxford Academy

Impact: Radley College Boat Club participated in the Big Row and raised £746 towards this programme. Love Rowing also received a donation who has added to these funds to help grow the state school programme. Initial funds were used to kickstart the learn to row courses.

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The Gorse Academy Boat Club

The Gorse Academy Boat Club

Impact: Gorse Academy successfully ran their taster courses for 323 children. They were also able to provide each student with an ice cream which made all the difference to the children. This was the first time many of these students rowed on water and it was a huge success.

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iBelong at The Lea Rowing Club

iBelong at The Lea Rowing Club

Impact: After teaming up with the T Twenty Movement, iBelong have successfully enticed a number of people from surrounding ethnic minority communities to their learn to row courses, and have even retained some of them as members. It’s clear that their brand is shifting towards equality and diversity, and we love to see it!

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Adaptive Rowing Silverlinings Brain Injury Charity

Adaptive Rowing Silverlinings Brain Injury Charity

Impact: The participants from the Silverlinings Charity have told Love Rowing it really opened doors for them when many were shut. They absolutely loved the sessions. They had never been offered rowing as a sport for them to join and didn’t ever think it was something they could do.

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East Anglia Youth Rowing

East Anglia Youth Rowing

Impact: Love Rowing’s grant helped EAYR to fund coaching for three schools, where the teachers themselves were taught how to coach rowing!

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