Swim For Hope 2022


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SAFRA Swim For Hope 2022 is back! Organized by SAFRA since 2011, Swim for Hope has been one of SAFRA's flagship events and one of our most iconic annual charity events, where National Servicemen, families and friends can bond through sport and do their part for charity. 

This year, the charity swim marathon event will adopt a hybrid format, where participants can choose their preferred way to complete their swim! Participants can opt to swim virtually and swim at their own preferred time and place, while participants who prefer a physical event can swim anywhere and also select a physical swim slot at preferred SAFRA Club to complete their last 1KM of swim.

Come join us to make a splash for a good cause and make waves for better lives!

How To Sign Up

To register, click the button below to be redirected to our online registration portal.

Register Now!

*Registration of the event will be made via our appointed service vendor, Wobs (Wobs Pte Ltd). You will be required to provide your personal data for an account creation with Wobs. Do note that you are responsible for the personal data that you provide or disseminate via Wobs, and your personal data shall be subject to the personal data policies of Wobs.

What's On
  • Hybrid swim option available, participants may choose to swim fully virtual or to swim virtually + physical swim at selected SAFRA Club for the last 1KM!
  • Registration: 1 Aug to 30 Sep 2022
  • Swim period (virtual): 1 Sep to 30 Oct 2022
  • Swim period (physical): Selected weekends in Oct 2022
  • Exclusively for SAFRA members: $10 Swim For Hope e-voucher (valid from 7 Oct to 31 Dec 2022)


Category Distance Registration Fee
Families-for-Life Category
1 parent & 1 child (6-12 y.o.)
 1KM  $35
 5KM  $50
Additional person for Family Category (up to 2 persons)  $12 per person
Open Individual Category
(above 12 y.o.)
 1KM  $22
 10KM  $32
 20KM  $42
 NS55KM  $55
Team Category
(Min 5pax to form a team)
 50KM  $27 per person
 100KM  $36 per person
 250KM  $45 per person

In celebration of NS55, participants who complete their swim in NS55KM (Open Individual Category) and 250KM (Team Category) will receive a Special Finisher T-shirt on top of their Participant T-shirt. Token of recognition will be given to the team with most numbers of members.

Children below 12 years old may participate in Open Individual Category with consent given from guardian or parents.

For details on Entitlement Collection, please refer here.

Our Beneficiaries

The President's Challenge is a national movement led by the President to rally Singaporeans to build a caring and cohesive society together. An annual community outreach, President's Challenge aims to bring together people from all walks of life, under the President's patronage, to help those who are less fortunate. 100% of donations raised under President’s Challenge go to beneficiary organizations supported by President’s Challenge.


Rainbow Centre envisions a world where persons with disabilities are empowered and thriving in inclusive communities. They are committed to enhancing the quality of life of persons with disabilities and their families through providing person-centric programmes and services to enable them to achieve their fullest potential, developing capabilities that better support their needs and aspirations, and engaging partners and the public to co-create an inclusive community.

The SAF Care Fund provides additional support to SAF servicemen who are severely disabled due to military service and require long-term care and support. The fund relies on monies donated by public and MINDEF will provide one-for-one matching grant.

 4 Singapore Swimming Association (SSA) Development Fund aims to save lives and build champions by providing grant funding to educate & provide opportunities for children on the importance of learning to swim. Donors to the SSA Development Fund expand the reach of the sport and help create more learn to swim and competitive opportunities for populations that might not otherwise have access to the sport.
1 Special Olympics Singapore is part of a global organization that serves athletes with intellectual disabilities working with hundreds of thousands of volunteers and coaches each year. Since the establishment of Special Olympics in 1968, the number of people with and without intellectual disabilities who are involved with the organization has been growing, but the unmet need to reach more people with intellectual disabilities is staggering. Special Olympics strives to create a better world by fostering the acceptance and inclusion of all people. Through the power of sports, people with intellectual disabilities discover new strengths and abilities, skills and success.