MGGS Rowing Program

MGGS Rowing Program

The Melbourne Girls Grammar Rowing Program has between 100-120 girls each year participate. Our Head of Rowing and coaching staff conduct an extensive program out of a half bay in the Melbourne Rowing Club sheds.

The program is supported by the girls' parents who have formed the Merton Hall Rowing Club and are heavily involved in fundraising, support and cheering our girls on during competitions.

The fundraising programs will assist in giving the students the equipment they need to maximise their capabilities and remain competitive with their peer schools. This will allow for the best individual and team performance possible.
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The Australian Sports Foundation (ASF) is the only deductible gift recipient for sport in Australia. This means that donations of $2 or more to approved projects on our website are tax deductible. Shortly after making your donation, you'll receive an official receipt from the ASF that you can use in your income tax return. If you have any questions about your donation, please visit https://asf.org.au/faqs

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Enormous thanks to MGGS and MUBC for their support to our crew for HOY 👏🙏. We are most appreciative and grateful and hope this can go toward a sporting bursary or equipment.

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Your donation to this project is tax deductible

The Australian Sports Foundation (ASF) is the only deductible gift recipient for sport in Australia. This means that donations of $2 or more to approved projects on our website are tax deductible. Shortly after making your donation, you'll receive an official receipt from the ASF that you can use in your income tax return. If you have any questions about your donation, please visit https://asf.org.au/faqs