As an incentive, anyone who donates $100 or more will receive a signed and numbered limited edition giclee of my original painting The Rower (unframed/includes Certificate of Authenticity/this first edition is limited to 50)
100% of your donations will go to Help the Capital Adaptive Rowing Program to introduce the sport of rowing, through its community-based rowing programs, to individuals with disabilities including spinal cord injuries, amputations, and visual and cognitive impairments.
Just send me a screenshot of your donation with your shipping address to email@example.com and I will ship the print to you.
Original "The Rower" painting by Jai Mitchell has been sold ($1650). More original art by Jai Mitchell is available here.
In keeping with its proud tradition of community involvement, Capital Rowing Club started the Capital Adaptive Rowing Program in 2009. The Program's focus is introducing adaptive athletes to recreational and competitive rowing in sculling boats. Capital Adaptive has been working closely with its partners – the Department of Veterans Affairs, the National Rehabilitation Hospital, and the U.S. Olympic Committee Paralympic Sport Program– to build a program to serve the Washington area's population of disabled military veterans and civilians. In a very short amount of time, we are able to get our athletes on the water to enjoy the rehabilitative benefits of rowing.