How you can get involved – Row for RASI
If the challenge of Mission RASI has inspired you, you can get involved by ‘rowing for RASI’ and supporting the Singapore challenge with a rowing challenge of your own. You can do a challenge event alone or in a team and help the Mission reach our ambitious fundraising target of £375,000. 
A Row for RASI event can be based around a time sensitive endurance row in a gym or can include a team challenge or a speed challenge on open water (where it is safe to do so).
Top Tips for your Row for RASI challenge
1. What are you going to do? Row for RASI challenges can be done on your own or with friends, colleagues or family. You could challenge yourself to row for as long as possible, or to row a certain distance in a set time. 
2. Start fundraising. You or your team can set up fundraising pages online, or you can encourage people to give to you on the day of the event. You could even ask for an amount of money per kilometre you row. 
3. Promote your event. Tell everybody, word of mouth is a great tool. You could also put up posters or use your facebook and twitter accounts. Don’t forget to tell us here at the Mission too so that we can help encourage you and promote your fundraising. 
4. Stay safe. Rowing is hard work, especially if you’re planning to get out on the open water. Remember to take safety precautions and if you’re feeling ill, don’t push yourself to go on. 
5. Have fun!  Row for RASI is a great way of staying fit, having fun and supporting The Mission to Seafarers.  We hope you’ll enjoy your Row for RASI event while raising much-needed funds for the Mission. 

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How you can get involved – Row for RASI

If the challenge of Mission RASI has inspired you, you can get involved by ‘rowing for RASI’ and supporting the Singapore challenge with a rowing challenge of your own. You can do a challenge event alone or in a team and help the Mission reach our ambitious fundraising target of £375,000. A Row for RASI event can be based around a time sensitive endurance row in a gym or can include a team challenge or a speed challenge on open water (where it is safe to do so).

Top tips for your Row for RASI challenge

1. What are you going to do? Row for RASI challenges can be done on your own or with friends, colleagues or family. You could challenge yourself to row for as long as possible, or to row a certain distance in a set time. 

2. Start fundraising. You or your team can set up fundraising pages online, or you can encourage people to give to you on the day of the event. You could even ask for an amount of money per kilometre you row. 

3. Promote your event. Tell everybody, word of mouth is a great tool. You could also put up posters or use your facebook and twitter accounts. Don’t forget to tell us here at the Mission too so that we can help encourage you and promote your fundraising. 

4. Stay safe. Rowing is hard work, especially if you’re planning to get out on the open water. Remember to take safety precautions and if you’re feeling ill, don’t push yourself to go on. 

5. Have fun! Row for RASI is a great way of staying fit, having fun and supporting The Mission to Seafarers. We hope you’ll enjoy your Row for RASI event while raising much-needed funds for the Mission. 

For more information contact Josh Kubale or Laura Brown.

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