SCBC is currently at an exciting and important stage of development. 2021 marks the centenary of the founding of the Boat Club, and we are pushing not only to mark the milestone with success on the river, but also create a framework for providing stability and success moving forward. Whether individually, through specific contributions of financial support or expertise, or collectively, by participating in our alumni and friends network, the 1921 Association, you can play a key role in securing a golden future for SCBC.
We are glad to be able to recognise the outstanding contribution of a number of individuals to the Boat Club in recent years, whether through donations of time or money. We are eternally grateful for your support.
Name Name Anonymous Alexandra Abrahams Oliver Starkey Angelos Mintzas Clare Wardle Debbie Mulloy Natalie Shenker Mollie Bickerstaff Olivia Murray David & Anne Phillips Mike Wallace Sian & David Clark Yvonne Conroy Nathalie Yaich Jill Kaye Annie & Hugh David Lewsey Caroline Smith Mike Landers (Coach 2013-15) Nicholas Jennings Nathalie Yaich John Nicholl
SCBC 1921 Association
Founded in 2015, the 1921 Association is a network of old members of the club, keen to continue to participate and support SCBC, on and off the water. Through organizing events in Oxford and London, and providing structures for moral, technical, and financial support, we aim to build up the SCBC community and its rowing success.
You can get in touch with the 1921 Committee here to sign up to our mailing list and learn about events coming up soon.
The 2021 Campaign
The 2021 Fund has been set up in anticipation of the 100-year anniversary of the founding of SCBC in 1921. By 2021, we want to be in a position to claim the Headship of Summer VIIIs for W1 and where M1 is top of their division. We haven’t been in a better place to reach these goals for decades. We want to spend more money on coaching, on keeping a boat at Godstow and on equipment that matches the quality of our crews. To do this, we need your support.
For the price of one cup of coffee a week, you can join the 2021 Club and become one of the people propelling SCBC forward into the future. In return for your £10/month donation, you will have the opportunity to row with W1 or M1 before Torpids and Summer Eights, and we’ll also give you access to SCBC kit (because talking about lycra is really half the work in rowing!). If we can raise enough money to go to Godstow, we’d love to have you help us train by coming on the launch as we row. Join us as we row towards 2021 and the 100-year birthday of our Club by signing up to give £10 a month.