The 25th Annual RCM&D Regatta
At the center of RCM&D’s values and corporate culture is a strong commitment to the communities that we serve. Each year, RCM&D selects regional, deserving nonprofits as the beneficiaries of our year-long fundraising and volunteer efforts.
The culmination of those efforts is celebrated at the organization’s annual Regatta on Baltimore’s scenic Inner Harbor. The event brings together RCM&D employees, business partners and community sponsors for the opportunity to learn how to sail, participate in the race, meet with the beneficiaries and those that they serve, and enjoy a waterfront celebration.
Schedule of Events
Competing Regatta sailors are welcomed for check-in and lunch before participating in sailing lessons and practice races.
Spectators are invited to enjoy lunch and a variety of waterfront activities for all ages.
The Regatta commences from the Downtown Sailing Center dock and continues through the harbor.
The celebration concludes with an awards ceremony and presentations of the donations to the beneficiaries.
4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Attendees are invited to continue the fun at a post-event happy hour at Little Havana.
Meet the nonprofits that will be supported by the 25th Annual RCM&D Regatta
Asylee Women Enterprise
Asylee Women Enterprise (AWE) helps women seeking asylum to rebuild their lives and their spirits. AWE provides transitional housing, companionship and community to asylum seekers by offering a safe and nurturing home, opportunities to connect within the larger community and each other. The goal of AWE is to help women move from surviving to thriving.
Dads Works / Moms Works
Dads Works / Moms Works seeks to help create a healthy, stable environment for parents and their children that ultimately creates a stronger community. Dads Works / Moms Works helps families thrive by helping mothers and fathers identify barriers to successful, responsible parenthood and then assisting them in creating and implementing a plan to overcome those barriers.
The League for People with Disabilities
The League for People with Disabilities is committed to offering individuals the opportunity to gain independence, increase self-sufficiency and to improve the quality of life. Founded in 1927, The League serves more than 4,000 individuals per year through programs including those geared towards rehab and support services, therapeutic recreation, vocational services, behavioral support, wellness and more.
Maryland Center for Veterans Education and Training
The mission of Maryland Center for Veterans Education and Training (MCVET) is to provide homeless veterans and other veterans in need with comprehensive services that will enable them to rejoin their communities as productive citizens. MCVET supports homeless veterans by providing transitional housing, support services, case management, employment and education programs, and benefits counseling.