Join the SUPER SWIM fundraising event!

Rotary Clubs of Keilor, East Keilor and Tullamarine are running a fundraising SUPER SWIM event benefiting the Spinal Research Institute, Melbourne Melanoma Project and local charities.

For participants, the swim is a chance to take part in an exciting team challenge and have fun competing against other teams, whilst raising money to support Spinal research and Cancer research.

Teams are awarded points for the most laps swam and most money donated. The team with the most points receives the huge Silver Cup to hold for one year plus a team trophy.

How can I join the Spinal Research Institute SWIM FOR SPINES team?

Register here, choose a time to join our team, bring your family, and enjoy refreshments, giveaways, raffle prizes and lots more!

The entry fee $25 per swimmer will go straight into the overall donations for the charities and you will get free T-shirts and souvenir bags as well!

You can also ask someone to sponsor you for each lap you swim, or who just supports your effort with a donation.

How do I fundraise?

Sign up and we will send you your registration and fundraising forms! Easy!

See you at the SUPER SWIM!


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Spinal Research Institute (SRI) is a not-for-profit spinal cord research charity. Our mission is to support world class clinical research and clinical trials. We provide means for Australian and international spinal cord injury (SCI) researchers to build much needed collaboration and to translate research outcomes into life changing health solutions for people living with SCI.

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