If you have clicked on this page its possible you may be feeling inclined to help High Point Rowing in some positive way. We are fortunate to have a wonderful squad of oarsmen and women rowing with passion for High Point. We are also grateful to the parents of our rowers who volunteer to assist the program and who have already made generous contributions to the team such as these gifts:

2015 Donors

Parents Raise Funds for Oars

Crew Receives Gift of New Boat

York Family Makes Leadership Gift to Crew

Our program is one of the newest in the United States and our needs are focused on acquiring more equipment so that we can expand the number of opportunities to row in the Triad. Our goal is not only to propel High Point’s rowing team to be the best program in the country but to assist our students to get into the college of their choice. To reach this goal we need your help!

Would you like to contribute a gift to the team? Download the HPRC Gift/Pledge Form.

Here is a priority list of our most critical needs to grow the crew:

$3,500    Coach/Safety Boat with outboard

$15,000    New Coxed four racing shell

$4,000    Sandblast/paint Shell Trailer

$5,000    Boat storage racks

$2,000    Annual insurance

Do you have a powerboat you could donate to be used as a safety boat for coaching the youth program? Do you have a truck you could donate that we could use to haul our boats to races? Can you make a financial gift to the team to help us acquire more used rowing shells and oars for the athletes to row?

Gifts should be made payable by check to “High Point Rowing Club” and mailed to 1107 Johnson Street, High Point, NC 27262.

High Point Rowing Club’s women’s masters eight crew dressed in pink to support Row for the Cure.

High Point Rowing Club is recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a non-profit 501 (c) (3) corporation and contributions to the Club are deductible under section 170 of tax Code. The Club is also entitled to receive tax-deductible bequests, devises, transfers or gifts under section 2055, 2106 and 2522 of the Code. The IRS letter making this determination is available to donors and foundations upon request.