Our current campaign is being run by Team Second Chance. Dan Angell and Tony Wyles are no strangers to extreme challenges or raising significant funds for charity. In 2013, they took part in a race across the 500 miles from London to Paris, raising £122,000 for charities. Individually, they have competitive natures with a drive to push boundaries. Together, their combined skills and unyielding determination are an effective force, not only for charitable fundraising, but to win the challenge.
Row2Recovery is a British unincorporated Association which champions military adaptive ocean and inland rowing through a cohort of volunteers. Since 2010, under the Row2Recovery banner, four rowing Crews (all containing injured servicepersonnel) have completed an unsupported Atlantic crossing. Row2Recovery also developed and funded the national adaptive-rowing programme for the British military wounded, injured and sick. Our campaigns have raised over £1,500,000 for military and civilian charities.
Our story is best told on our dedicated Wikipedia page.