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AARC 2020 Sculling Fund...Help buy a new single!
Our hope this off season is to purchase a new single for the club’s fleet. The hull that we are targeting is a midweight hull which is suitable for both women and lightweight men. Vespoli introduced a new hull this past year which is made in the same mold as their high performance single but is constructed to be more durable and resilient for club use. This comes with a price tag of $7,300 and would add another seat to the fleet or more than 250 rows for club members this past year. 
AARC--General & Scholarship Fund
Donated monies to this fund are for scholarships and general club operations. AARC is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
Boat & Equipment Fund
Monies allotted to this fund go directly to cover costs associated with capital purchases for the good of AARC. This includes, but is not limited to, boats, oars, launch boats, motors. Opportunity for naming rights may exist and will be based on donation amount.
Inclusive Program
Monies identified to this fund directly support AARC's Adaptive Program. Equipment and specialized coaching teams are needed to help those physically or intellectually disabled get on the river. The program runs mainly from donation support.
MCI Sponsorship
Want to sponsor one of the coolest sprint regattas in the state of Michigan? Support goes to operate the regatta and underwrite future scholarships. Some donation levels qualify for special recognition.
Kate Bosher Memorial Fund
Contributions to this fund go to support a
cup sponsorship at the MCI in Kate's memory and for a memorial plaque/photo for the AARC boathouse
AARC endeavors to make rowing accessible to the broad community.  Scholarships are available to those with financial need to support participation.  
AARC is a 501(c)3 organization.  Donations made to AARC may be eligible for tax deduction.  Please check with your tax consultant.
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