At its core, Row Britannia is a team 2020mile rowing challenge by The British inspiration Trust (BRIT), to be completed between 12th November 2019 and 13th March 2020*, to raise £3,000 for Sport Relief.
We hope that you will take on the Row Britannia
1) Promote mental fitness and raise awareness of mental health
2) Engender team spirit, inclusivity and reduce isolation
3) Raise funds for Sport Relief
Please raise whatever you can - it is a fantastic cause
We have partnered with Universities UK, the Association of Colleges, Colleges Scotland, Colleges Wales, the National Union of Students (NUS) and British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS).
Every Vice-Chancellor and College Principal has been invited to share Row Britannia with their students & staff and asked to row a mile! The NUS will encourage all university and college Inclusivity & Disability Representatives to champion Row Britannia. BUCS will encourage all university and college Heads of Sport to support students and staff.
Row Britannia is encouraging a whole university, college and community approach to mental health. The bigger the team, the more awareness, and funds, we will raise for Sport Relief.
We hope that every person who takes part in Row Britannia for Sport Relief will feel great about being part of something special.
HELP WITH FUNDRAISING FOR SPORT RELIEF
Universities and colleges are encouraged to work together to reach their fundraising targets within their communities.
Please invite all your local sports clubs & teams, and The Emergency Services, to join in with your Row Britannia Challenge. Ask them to help raise funds for Sport Relief with you and row a mile!
A collectively powerful approach will help you reach your fundraising targets.
Please use your social media to raise awareness of your #RowBritannia for #Sport Relief
Ask your university or college to contact your local and regional media to provide coverage and champion your efforts. Share your JustGiving Page.
YOUR FUNDRAISING ACTIVITY IN AID OF SPORT RELIEF
We wish your organisation (and team) the best of luck in hosting, co-ordinating and supervising your Row Britannia Challenge fundraising activity in aid of Sport Relief.
As this is your organisation's (team) Row Britannia fundraising activity in aid of Sport Relief, the organisation's (team) representative filling out our online registration (below) must have full capacity to register for the Event on behalf of your organisation (team).
Your organisation is responsible for your team’s rowing and fundraising activity in aid of Sport Relief.
In addition to the Row Britannia Agreement, Waiver and Fundraising Dos and Don'ts that your organisation's (team) representative will read and agree to on behalf of your organisation and team, please visit http://www.sportrelief.com/legal for advice and guidance on their fundraising Dos and Don’ts.
The purpose of registering your team, below, is to unite our UK-wide fundraising targets for Sport Relief on JustGiving and so we can plan our Row Britannia itinerary in the hope that we can visit your team to say thank you!
HOW TO REGISTER FOR
After registering you will receive a link to set up your JustGiving Page
Assemble your team and let everybody know about
Start your Row Britannia challenge on
12th November 2019 and complete your 2020mile (3251km) row by
13th March 2020*
(Now extended to
6th June 2020)
*Row Britannia Extension
We have been asked by universities and colleges throughout the UK to extend Row Britannia from the 13th March 2020 to the 6th June 2020 - the date that Row Britannia Sport Relief JustGiving pages close. This will give time for teams starting their row now to complete their 2,020 miles and for everyone to continue to raise funds for Sport Relief.
We have invited every university and college in the UK to register a team and have extended the invitation to the UK Fire & Rescue Service, Royal Navy and British Rowing.
If every UK university and college registers just one team and hits that target, they would collectively raise almost £1.5m for Sport Relief! In addition to raising vital funds, the positive awareness of mental health, fitness and wellbeing that they would raise within their communities could be extraordinary.