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Weʼre raising £700 to benefit Glasgow University Boat Club and The Beatson Cancer Institute through our 2017 Naked Calendar's.

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Glasgow University Boat Club gets their one pieces off for the 2017 Naked Calendar's. Get YOURS TODAY for £10 at: gubccalendar.bigcartel.com. If you support our cause but wouldn't like to purchase a calendar then your donation to this JUSTGIVING PAGE is greatly appreciated by the Club and The Beastson Cancer Institute.

This year the Club is sharing its profits with the aforementioned Beatson Cancer Institute, a charity which means a lot to many of our members of the Club. The Beatson provide world-class cancer care and treatment to a population of over 2.6m. They further carry out a programme of world-class science directed at understanding key aspects of cancer cell behaviour, and try to translate these discoveries into new therapies and diagnostic/prognostic tools to help cancer patients.

The club aims to use its share of the profits to purchase a new coxless four boat. This will ensure that the Club can build on its remarkable success' of last season and continually be competitive at the top levels of University rowing in the UK.

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    • Margaret Stewart

      Margaret Stewart

      Nov 22, 2016

      Well done to you all - and for including the Beatson : )

      £20.00

    • Anne Mitchell

      Anne Mitchell

      Nov 18, 2016

      Good luck with the fundraising!

      £20.00

    • Johan Almgren

      Johan Almgren

      Nov 18, 2016

      £10.00

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