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JUST CREW IT! Rowing for Global Youth Soccer

JUST CREW IT! Rowing for Global Youth Soccer

Soccer Recycle, Village Community Boathouse,and Cockroach Club eXchange

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Just Crew It!  Rowing for Global Youth Soccer

Boat Race Fundraiser on the Hudson River.

Saturday, 9/8/2012  (rain date 9/9/2012)

9:30am-12pm, BBQ to follow 

Click the green Join Now"button to create your own fundraising page. Suggested target goal is $1,000 per fundraising page

To row in the event, register as a "Rower", join an existing team or start your own. Each team needs four rowers. Boats and cox provided by Village Community Boathouse.

To fundraise on behalf of a rower, register to "Adopt a Rower" create and send out a personal fundraising page. For a list of rowers available for adoption, email us. 

If you would like to fundraise on behalf of a team, register as a "Team Sponsor"  and join that team at registration.

For more information or help registering, e-mail rowingforyouth@gmail.com  

Proceeds will support projects including the 2nd Annual Soccer Recycle Tournament, Ile a Vache, Haiti and the Cockroach Club eXchange tournament in Kibera, Nairobi, Kenya.

The Cockroach Club eXchange (www.cockroachclub.net) is an early-stage multimedia edutainment platform serving the poor in emerging markets by providing an “information-lifeline” to better services and jobs and an “inspiration-hotline” to mentors and role models. The Cockroach Club founders actively promote soccer as a medium for community building and education amongst youth in Nairobi, Kenya. CCX is a sister initiative of Planet Habitat ®, (www.planethabitat.net) a socially responsible investment platform. 

Village Community Boathouse (www.villagecommunityboathouse.org) offers free community rowing and boat building services from its base at Pier 40 on New York City’s Hudson River. VCB’s purpose is to restore safe, universal public access to our city’s largest public space—its waterways—and to introduce the public, especially young people, to the joys of rowing, sailing, and boatbuilding.  VCB is a nonprofit 501c3 organization.