BEFORE YOU DIVE IN
KNOW HOW SAA HELPS YOU
We build your website
We will create and host on swimacrossamerica.org a fundraiser page for your swim; you provide a couple of paragraphs why you are hosting the swim and pictures.
We help you promote
We promote pool swims to our database of more than 100,000 supporters via our e-newsletters and social media.
We help you send emails
We provide e-mail messages that you may send to your swimmers encouraging their participation or you provide your contacts and we will e-mail them on your behalf.
We give back to your pool
We know pool space isn’t free. We know you might want to provide donuts, coffee and other stuff to create a fun day of swimming for your pool swim fundraiser. We offer up to 8% of the proceeds donated through your event page or checks mailed to SAA back to your club to help cover costs you incur. Should your club forego the 8%, we will donate that money to our beneficiaries.
We provide insurance
If requested, we will provide the facility hosting the Pool Swim Fundraiser a $1,000,000 certificate of insurance naming the facility as an SAA additional insured. The COI will be good for day of the pool swim fundraiser and your swimmers will be required to sign an SAA waiver.
We provide swag and signage
We provide SAA branded swim caps for your participants. We provide an SAA branded banner for your facility. We provide fundraising incentives for participants who reach donation levels.
THE MONEY GO
Donations from SAA Pool Swim Fundraisers are distributed to our beneficiaries and their efforts to #DefeatCancer.
LEARN HOW TO
START A SAA POOL SWIM FUNDRAISER
Any age group, high school, college, Masters or summer league program can host an SAA Pool Fundraiser. See our "how to" guide. You may also e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 908-451-3542.
SOME REALLY COOL
SAA POOL FUNDRAISERS
for a Cure
Swim 4 a Cure
to a Cure
|Open to everyone, the event included swimmers of all ages and skill levels (from kids to Masters Swimmers to Olympians). Everyone gathered at the New York Sports Club the day after Thanksgiving and swam a 1 mile, 1/2 mile, or a relay. The event raised over $23,000||The Metuchen Swim was the first ever SAA Pool Program Event and has grown each year since then. Open only to Metuchen Club swimmers and family members, this event is extremely community oriented and has grown into a community tradition. Our only challenge is coming up with new prizes to give them every year!||When 10 year old David Drew passed away in March of 2010, his family and friends created "Raceway to a Cure," in his honor... Named for his love of race cars, the event is a summer long program where each swimmer pledges to swim and raise money in honor of David throughout the summer culminating in a group event in August.