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Zoom Ergers: fund a grassroots project that will make a difference to people's lives

Zoom Ergos is a free service, but from October we are going to include a link in each of our session mails through which you can donate to a grassroots rowing project which we want to fund entirely through Zoom Ergo users. Look out for the link, and click this event for more information.
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Zoom Ergers: fund a grassroots project that will make a difference to people's lives

Time & Location

03 Oct 2021, 01:00 BST – 31 Oct 2021, 23:59 GMT
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About the event

The EA Youth Rowing project which will launch in January 2022 is targeting areas of deprivation in rural East Anglia to children and communities most in need.  The project will introduce the sport of rowing to 2,500 to 3,000 children across four state schools, who would not otherwise have access. These schools have a high percentage of pupils receiving free school meals. The goal is to introduce young people to the sport, emphasising fun, participation and making them feel like they belong. The cost for each school to get started is just £2700, which would cover coaching costs and mean 680 students will have access to rowing from January to July. Your donation will go directly to our £2700 target to get one school up and running! If we can make this work, we will roll out to further schools and further areas, which will mean Zoom Ergos is not only a more fun way to work out, but a community which funds the development of the sport. 

Rowing is such a powerful sport that should be more accessible to more young people. It does not only positively impact physical health, but can have a huge impact on a child's mental health. It can aid concentration, behaviour and academic achievement at school and can increase confidence, self esteem and self worth. If you donate instead of paying a membership fee or gym fee, you can change a young person's life by funding the start of this new and exciting project in schools for children and communities most in need.

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