I'm not a rower. Can I still host an event?

Yes! Contact us for help reaching others in your community who are interested.

What does a host organization do?

The hosting committee selects an appropriate date, decides on the type of event, contacts the local Komen Affiliate, and arranges for support services.

What kind of help can I get for my Row for the Cure®?

When you register your event, you will be provided with a start-up kit which includes all kinds of tools you can use to make your event a success.

Why Row for the Cure®?

Many rowers and paddlers are so dedicated to their sport that when Breast Cancer touches their lives, the network of friends in the water community is a natural resource for making a difference. Now all water sport participants have a ready made avenue to make that happen.

Where does my money go?

Funds raised at Row for the Cure® events are donated to your local affiliate of Susan G. Komen®. These funds support cutting edge research, community education and outreach programs and help for local breast cancer patients and their families.

Why Regatta Central?

Contributes time and resources to Row for the Cure. Row for the Cure Regattas receive discounted registration. Contributes online fundraising at deep discount to Row for the Cure.

Why USRowing?

Through our partnership with USRowing, they work with their membership to increase participation in the events and promote Row for the Cure® regattas. The regatta series, which attracts primarily master rowers age 27 and up as well as juniors is underwritten in part by USRowing, and includes more than 200 clubs across the country with more than 800 entries. USRowing also provides no-cost regatta insurance provided to Row for the Cure regattas.