Maynard Kischer Stojicevic is proud to support the rugby program of the Vancouver Rowing Club. The Rowing Club’s rugby division has a long history, having been founded in 1908, and calls Vancouver’s famous Stanley Park home.
In a letter recognizing MKS’s contribution, the Vancouver Rowing Club said that the funds will not only go to purchase much-needed equipment and uniforms, but will help the participants continue to learn the valuable life lessons that come from being part of a team. Additionally, the letter noted, MKS’s support will help all the children in the program to participate in area leagues and jamborees.
“Organizations like the Vancouver Rowing Club and their rugby division play a valuable role in keeping our community active and engaged,” said Rudolph Kischer, partner at MKS since 2005. “Our firm is more than happy to help the participants in the rugby program have a fun and successful 2014 season.”
The rugby program is one of many run by the Rowing Club, which also includes hockey, yachting and, of course, rowing programs for men and youth. The club itself is over 125 years old, having begun in 1886, and so has been a long-standing institution of the Vancouver community. Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, even paid a recent visit to the historic club.
The rugby division, whose team team is known as The Rowers, runs senior mens, juniors, old boys and mini-rugby sides as part of the British Columbia Rugby Union.
As Vancouver immigration lawyers, MKS is committed to giving back to their community and supporting organizations like the Vancouver Rowing Club and their rugby program.
Go Team Go!