WINTER 2019 CAMPAIGN SPECIAL DONOR REWARDS!
EXTENDED BY POPULAR DEMAND! THANKS TO THE GENEROUS COOPERATION OF DANIEL JAMES BROWN, AUTHOR OF “THE BOYS IN THE BOAT,” AND JUDY RANTZ WILLMAN, DAUGHTER OF JOE RANTZ, WE ARE EXCITED TO OFFER THE FOLLOWING INCENTIVES FOR DONATIONS TO ROWING ARCHIVES FROM DECEMBER 1, 2018 AND FEBRUARY 28, 2019:
$150 DONATION: HARDBACK COPY OF “THE BOYS IN THE BOAT,” WITH A DEDICATION TO THE RECIPIENT OF YOUR CHOICE, SIGNED BY AUTHOR DANIEL JAMES BROWN AND JUDY RANTZ WILLMAN.
$250 DONATION: SIGNED, DEDICATED HARDBACK COPY OF “THE BOYS IN THE BOAT” AND A SIGNED DVD OF “THE BOYS OF ‘36,” SIGNED AND DEDICATED BY DANIEL JAMES BROWN AND JUDY RANTZ WILLMAN.
FOR EVERY ADDITIONAL $100 DONATED OVER $250, AN ADDITIONAL HARDBACK COPY OF “THE BOYS IN THE BOAT” DEDICATED AND SIGNED BY AUTHOR DANIEL JAMES BROWN AND JUDY RANTZ WILLMAN.
DONATIONS MUST BE MADE ON OR BEFORE FEBRUARY, 2019. BOOKS AND DVD’S WILL BE DELIVERED IN MARCH, 2019. PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR MAILING ADDRESS AND THE INDIVIDUALS YOU WOULD LIKE THE BOOKS/DVDS DEDICATED TO ALONG WITH YOUR DONATION, OR TO LENVILLE@ROWINGARCHIVES.ORG. THANK YOU!
Thank you for supporting Rowing Archives. This December and January, we need to raise enough to keep operating next year and restore more of the remarkable photos, films and materials we have in the archives. Every donation, small or large, is important and goes toward preserving and sharing rowing history. We keep costs and overhead very low through generous in-kind donations for legal assistance, secure storage, and design work, but our operating expenses have so far exceeded our donations every year. Restoring, digitizing and editing film is expensive! Our goal is to raise a modest $25,000 to cover our projected 2019 expenses, which would be sufficient to restore and digitize more than 1000 films, photos and slides we have in the archives.
Rowing Archives has leveraged significant community donations to support rowing for youths and adults. Foremost among our efforts in 2017/18, we donated archival footage to Dunn Lumber in exchange for their providing all the building materials for the Joe Rantz Memorial Boathouse on Lake Stevens, which will serve hundreds of rowers in Snohomish County. Rowing Archives also discovered and supplied almost all the original black and white footage of the 1936 Husky crew practicing in Seattle, New York and Berlin for the PBS Documentary “The Boys of ‘36?”
There are several easy ways to make a contribution:
Rowing Archives, PO Box 6059, Olympia WA 98507