Raise the Oar
Join us for Raise the Oar 2017!
Annual Benefit to Support Clam Island Rowing
Raise the Oar is Clam Island Rowing’s biggest fundraising event and draws a high-energy crowd from around the Kitsap area who support and celebrate the accomplishments of our organization. Guests will enjoy silent and live auctions, dinner, and entertainment. Our fundraising goal is to raise $20,000 with all proceeds going to support High School and Adult Rowing programs and the purchase of necessary rowing equipment.
Saturday, August 19
Bremerton Yacht Club
2700 Yacht Haven Way NW, Bremerton, WA 98312
Featuring Live Entertainment by Hot Club of Bremerton & Guest MC Auctioneer, Dino Davis
Dinner includes Clams prepared by Alan Davis, Chef and Owner of Honor Bar, and fresh Alaskan Red Salmon. Don’t miss out on an opportunity to enjoy the best Clam and Salmon dinner you’ll ever eat!
Get your tickets early!
Online ticket sales have now closed. You can still purchase tickets at the door for $30. Send an email to email@example.com and let us know you’ll be there. Thanks!
Your ticket includes entrance fee, a clam and salmon dinner, entertainment, and a commemorative memento. Chicken and Vegetarian options are available. Children 10 and under are free.
For questions about Raise the Oar, please contact Bridget Burke at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are grateful for our sponsors!!
OAR NAMING SPONSOR:
Clam Island Rowing is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization (ID # 81-4429015), and is listed as a public charity under the IRS. Clam Island Rowing is a qualified organization to receive deductible charitable contributions.
In general, donations made to a qualified organization are tax deductible. If you receive a benefit from that contribution (e.g. an item worth value), you can only deduct the difference between what you paid (donated) and the fair market value (FMV) of the item. Contact Clam Island Rowing for FMV information if needed. Refer to IRS Publication 526 for tax details on charitable contributions and/or consult your tax advisor if you have any questions. Keep this TAX RECEIPT for your tax records.