By donating directly to the project, you will be facilitating the fundraising efforts for the project to go ahead as well as donating to our nominated charity; the Royal Aberdeen Children’s Hospital. Once Pete has completed the row, the boat and all other equipment will be sold to raise further funds for the charity. Full details of income and expenditure are freely available and every effort will be employed to keep the charitable percentage of each donation as high as possible. Get in touch if you have any questions.
The Sparrows Group is a global provider of specialist equipment and integrated engineering services to the energy and industrial industries. The firm supports customers by delivering a broad range of expert solutions that optimise efficiency and ensure the performance, reliability and safety of critical equipment and people.
ISC Ltd is a world renowned company specialising in the design, development and manufacture of innovative engineered components and other ‘Solutions in Metal’.
They supply products globally to the ‘Working at Height’ industry which includes Arborists, Fire & Rescue, Rope Access, and other industrial fall protection users, as well as the Motor Racing, Military and other specialist markets.
iBEX Technical Access Ltd was established with the vision of creating a customer focussed, rope access business. iBEX comprises of a dedicated, qualified team of time served professionals.
As the years have gone by customer focus has remained the ethos of their business. They pride themselves on transparency, enabling clients, sub-contractors and employees to feel confident they are delivering solutions which are competently developed, planned and exceptionally executed.
Duncan and Todd Opticians and Hearing Care is one of the leading independent opticians in Scotland. They’re proud to be the local opticians of the Aberdeenshire area, and to have grown to have over 40 practices across Scotland.
With an impressive range of men’s, women’s, kids and teens glasses, they provide first-class eyecare to all of our customers. Their reputation means a lot to them and their highly trained staff pride themselves on making patients feel instantly at ease when they visit one of the branches.
Survitec is a global leader in survival and safety solutions to the marine, defence, aviation and offshore markets. Survitec has over 3,000 employees worldwide covering 8 manufacturing facilities, 15 offshore support centres and over 70 owned service stations. They are further supported by a network of over 500 3rd party service stations and distributors. Across its 160-year history, Survitec has remained at the forefront of innovation, design and application engineering and is the trusted name when it comes to critical safety and survival solutions.
The 200 Club
If you or your company can support the project with a donation of £200 or more, your picture or logo will feature here on our website and on the boat. As a private donor this is a unique opportunity to be closely involved in the project. Your chosen image will be there with Pete; weathering all that he and the boat does during the crossing. For companies this is a unique opportunity that can be leveraged in your promotional work however you wish.
These are the people who have helped the project out with their invaluable skills, motivation, effort and time. Without them we would be much further away from making the crossing. They hold a very special place in our appreciation and their pictures will be on the boat for when the going gets tough. If you feel you can help in any way, with a certain skill, your time or infectious motivation for the project, we’d love to hear from you and welcome you to the Row North Atlantic team. Please get in touch here.
Everyone who donates to the project directly or provides discounted product will have their name displayed here, and on the boat, to demonstrate our thanks for their vital contribution and effort toward the endeavour.