The Warwick Rowers are celebrating 10 years of their world-famous calendars featuring the UK athletes in the all-together for charity.
The calendars are not only tasteful eye-candy, but help to raise awareness for different charities.
From the Rowers’ website:
The Warwick Rowers project is a social enterprise and gay/straight alliance that dates back to 2009, when our first calendar was launched.
Producer Angus Malcolm and generations of male rowers at the University of Warwick Boat Club have since achieved global recognition through a fundraising initiative and public awareness campaign that delivers a range of products to around 80 countries every year and reaches more than 140 countries through its viral messaging.
The team has won a large number of awards for excellence, innovation and social impact, including twice being voted the UK Charity Calendar of the Year.
One of the charities designated for funds from the calendar is Sports Allies, which promotes sport, and especially team sport, as an inclusive and supportive route to personal growth for everyone. We are particularly keen to promote team sport for people who are excluded on the grounds of gender or sexuality.
Check out the video below and then head over to the Warwick Rowers website to buy here.