The clubs of the Fairfield County Swim League (FCSL) are proud to host Swim Across America pool swims in our collective effort to make waves to fight cancer. Funds raised at each pool swim support Alliance for Cancer Gene Therapy and cutting-edge gene cancer research!
Proceeds from the swim will support Alliance for Cancer Gene Therapy, the nations only foundation dedicated exclusively to funding cancer gene therapy research.
Registrations: 177 Goal: 15000
Each club is making waves in their own way — dedicating a practice, a friendly competition, a water polo tourney — the list is long and creative. All club members, coaches, even family members can join the event!
HOW TO JOIN: Pick a date and time. Select a team captain/leader to register and personalize a team fundraising page for your club. Swims will occur at the individual clubs in the FCSL that want to participate. Each swim will be a unique swim but under the FCSL umbrella and the club that earns the most will win the SAA- FC FCSL Swim Cup. This is the online fundraising tool and the primary method to collect donations. Contact Craig Beardsley if you have questions or need assistance.
All swimmers and volunteers must complete the waiver found here and bring to the event check-in. If you are under 18, please bring the waiver signed by a parent or guardian.
WHO CAN SWIM: All club members, coaches, even family members can join the event!
WHEN: Please refer to your own club team's page for your event date. If you don’t see your club listed below, contact your club’s pool chairperson.
FUNDRAISING: Click on your club’s name in the list below to go to your club’s Team Page. Be sure to share your club page with family, friends and other potential supporters.
DONATE: If you would like to donate to a swimmer/club, click the club name below. Then select the DONATE NOW button on the club page.
FUNDRAISING INCENTIVES: All swimmers will receive a Swim Across America swim cap and tattoos.
QUESTIONS? Feel free to email Craig@swimacrossamerica.org
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