If you would like to support our mission to promote the sport of rowing in Erie County you may send your gift to :
2351 River Ave Sandusky, OH 44870. 
Include your return address so we can
mail you a tax deduction receipt along with our appreciation!

We are a nonprofit organization

We could not exist if it wasn't for those that have generously donated to our organization.

We are especially thankful to those charitable organizations that helped us to build our boathouse in 2013 and install electricity in 2014. Without your kind support, our boats would be without cover and protection this extremely cold winter!  Our goal is to continue to work with the local community to provide an active option to enjoy our natural resource, Sandusky Bay.

We also have many members who donate their time and talent to help fund raise to help support SBRA.

2013 Supporters

Helped build our boathouse

Thank you to the City of Sandusky for hosting our new boathouse at the Big Island Canoe Launch park!  

    2014 Supporters

   Dorn Foundation

   Erie Community Foundation

   Frost Parker Foundation

   Andrew Zucker- Single Shell

   Donators to our Reverse Raffle


   Dorn Foundation
​      Funding for electricity and boat repairs

Cleveland Youth Scholastic Rowing

8+ rowing shell and 4+ rowing shell

​   Eric Woodrow
       Boat Repairs 

   Randy Denslow 
   Central Exterminating Co.-

      Provided pest control

   Steve Capucini Huron Tool
        Meagaphone donation



 Annual SBRA Fundraising Events:

 April: Spring Fling Fund Raiser

 June: Garage Sale

 Sept: Rev3 Triathalon

 October: Toast of Appreciation

 Contact us​ to make a gift donation or to volunteer your time!


 2015 Supporters

 Thank you for your support with the SBRA Fundraising Night at Panera Bread!

Thank you to the​ Huron Fire Department for conducting a CPR class for our coaches!

Thank you for the donations of time  and financial support to the 2015 Toast of Appreciation !

  • Our biggest need is to acquire a dock! Can be very challenging to get into our boats standing in 4 feet of water.
  • A handy-person that is good with a saw is needed to repurpose a shell  making rowing stations for the purpose of teaching fundamental rowing techniques.
  • We could also use a wet/dry shop vacuum to keep our boats clean.

 ​Or make a donation online at JustGive.org by clicking the link below.

$2,500 grant money from

The Dorn Foundation 

Sandusky Bay Rowing Association

Thank you!!!

This year we learned that our only 4 person boat was beyond repair! This limited our ability to get more rowers on the bay.

After a "S.O.S." plea for help, we were very fortunate to receive generous donations of a 4 person & 8 person boats from

Cleveland Youth Rowing Association!!

It just goes to show you​ that rowing is all about working together with our fellow rowers.

A special thanks to Kristen Wagner our head coach for reaching out to our rowing neighbors; to Matt Previtts, Anne Hribar for voting to "pay it forward" and donating the shells, and to Cory Conzemius for assisting with the delivery,​