Introduced in 2011 by SAFRA Tampines, SAFRA Swim For Hope provides an opportunity for Operationally Ready National Serviceman and their families to contribute to charitable causes, while promoting fitness and bonding through swimming.
The event adopts various charities each year to raise funds to help the needy and has benefitted more than 15 charity organizations such as Autism Resource Centre, Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore, Down Syndrome Association and more.
For the 13th edition this year, the event aims to show support to individuals who are recovering or suffering from mental health struggles and uplift their quality of lives.
This year, SAFRA Swim For Hope will adopt 3 different swim modes:
Come join us to make a splash for a good cause and make waves for better lives!
To register, click the button below to be redirected to our online registration portal.
*Please note that you would be directed to an independent third party website not managed by SAFRA. 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.
|14 & 15 Oct||SAFRA Choa Chu Kang|
|21 & 22 Oct||SAFRA Toa Payoh|
|28 & 29 Oct||SAFRA Tampines|
|Families for Life Category
1 parent & 1 child (6 -12 y.o.)
|Additional person for Family Category (up to 2 persons)||$12 per person|
|Open Individual Category
(above 12 y.o.)
(Min. 5pax to form a team)
|250KM||$45 per person|
A token of recognition will be given to the team with most numbers of members, and the highest Individual and Team fundraisers.
Children below 12 years old may participate in Open Individual Category with consent given from guardian or parents.
All participants will receive an event t-shirt, medal and goodie bag as their entitlements.
Participants of Open Individual 55KM and Team 250KM who complete their swim distance will receive an additional Finisher T-shirt.
Watch this space for updates on Entitlement Collection!
|Care Corner Singapore Ltd was founded in 1981 and evolved along the years into a leading social service agency. With 43 service points across Singapore, we serve children with special learning needs or from disadvantaged backgrounds, youth-at-risk, troubled families, vulnerable seniors and individuals with counselling and mental health needs.|
|Established in 1902, Children’s Aid Society (CAS) is amongst Singapore’s oldest secular philanthropic organisations. Through our two services, Melrose Home and Melrose Care, we provide residential care and specialised therapies to support children and youths who have experienced adverse life circumstances such as abuse or neglect. Our services seek to mitigate the impact of these circumstances so that the children and youths have better outcomes in terms of mental health, educational attainment and can engage in healthy relationships with peers.|
|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.|
|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.|
|Through the Singapore Aquatics (SAQ) Development Fund, SAQ would like to roll out its "Learn to Swim" programme which aims to provide an opportunity for every child and youth in Singapore to learn to swim. Through an annual grant program and by partnering with swim lesson providers and water safety advocates across the country, we help to support swimming lessons, and educate children and their families on the importance of learning how to swim.|