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Everyone's life has been impacted by cancer.
Join us as we row to "Make Waves to Fight Cancer" with Swim Across America - Fairfield County and raise money for cancer research, prevention and treatment

  • Proceeds from the event will support Swim Across America Fairfield County’s beneficiary Alliance for Cancer Gene Therapy (ACGT), funding cancer breakthroughs that get us closer to a cure and provide hope to the millions affected by this hard and horrible disease. Established in 2007 originally as SAA - Greenwich-Stamford, SAA - Fairfield County has donated over $4.3 million to ACGT.

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EVENT INFO
ABOUT THE EVENT

WHO: This charity ERG relay event is open to Brunswick School Rowers and alumni by virtual connection.

WHAT: Virtually doing as many meters as possible for cancer! All proceeds from this charity ERG event benefit Swim Across America - Fairfield County whose mission is to fund cancer research. Funds raised support crucial cancer gene therapy research through their beneficiary, Alliance for Cancer Gene Therapy. We all know someone who has sadly been touched by cancer. Participating in the Brunswick School Rowing event is one thing everyone can do to truly make a difference. Let's all #makewaves and #fightcancer.

WHEN: All weekend long. June 4-6, 2021

WHERE: Anywhere! This is a virtual event.

HOW TO JOIN: Click the register button in the middle of this page and get your own fundraising page to send out to your friends and family.

Virtual rowers should find three friends to collaborate with. Each participant should complete a 15 minute rowing piece. Afterwards, they should compile their collective meters and send it to Robert Jacobson rjacobson@brunswickschool.org.

FUNDRAISING: We encourage rowers to each raise at least $20. Many will raise more but if everyone raises $20, our ERG relay could raise hundreds to support cancer research, prevention and treatment.

QUESTIONS? Feel free to email Robert Jacobson