I would like to take this opportunity to personally thank everyone involved in our Swim For Schools Fundraiser event last week.
I am happy to announce that we raised $11,716 in total!
Absolutely incredible and all towards our Build a School Project in Cambodia!
A very special shout out to the following people who helped this day come together…
Firstly, we couldn’t have done this without the generosity of our sponsors including:
- BlueFit Swimming
- Regent Street Physiotherapy
- Life Matters Psychology
- Lucky Bitch by Denise Duffield-Thomas
- NPC Quality Painters
- Piper & Grace (Team Thurlow)
- The Free Stylists (Dynamic Home Transformations – Lynette Landy, Staging Designs – Dimitra Oldham, Innerspirit Property styling – Steve & Kaylean Rose, Tweak Home Staging – Skye Mendl, Megan & Mick Warton, Megan & Corey Gerrard, Bentley, Cruize, Carter & Chase Lebehen)
Also big shout out to the sponsors of our prizes on the day – thank you so much for your contribution:
- Opulence Hair & Makeup
- Sienna Rae
- The Bottle-O Lambton
- The Heights Cafe
- Wildflower Espresso
- Marissa Roberts from Beautifully Organised
- Naomi Findlay Pty Ltd
Team NPC Quality Painters which was made up of Hunter Hurricanes Waterpolo National League players tied under controversial circumstances with The Freestylists team of U18 Hunter Hurricanes Waterpolo players.
BOTH teams were amazingly graceful in their victory and donated the prize money back to the charity. SO AMAZING and generous!
Regent Street Physiotherapy just pipped Team Thurlow for the most money raised at the last minute and again were SO HUMBLE and AMAZING to donate their prize money back to the charity.
I am beyond grateful to you all including the spectators, many of whom helped out on the day and made the event so enjoyable.
If you would like to be apart of the next Swim For Schools event as either a sponsor or prize donator, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks again everyone, your kindness means we can build a second school in Cambodia this September and help end the cycle of child trafficking and poverty.