Swim T3 Swim 4 Plunket
Plunket and Swim T3 bring you the 12 X 1 Mile Ocean Swim Challenge for Charity.
From 7am on Saturday 23rd November, we will be swimming one mile on the hour every hour for 12 hours straight.
We will be accommodating SOLO swimmers as well as TEAMS, Skins Swimmers and Wetsuit Swimmers, Young and Fast Swimmers, Old and Not so Fast Swimmers. The Goal is to complete all 12 Miles and raise some funds for Plunket while we do it.
Every tough and agonising stroke you take will remind you of how lucky we are to be alive and swimming, while there might be others who aren’t as fortunate and need OUR help.
Register for the mile/s you want to swim at www.swimt3.co.nz. You can swim one mile, two miles, all 12 miles… it’s completely up to you.
How can I fundraise?
Once you have registered for your swim at www.SwimT3.co.nz, you will be asked whether or not you wish to set up a fundraising page. Simply click ‘yes’ and follow the prompts. Set a fundraising goal and share the link with friends and family so they can see what you’re doing and support your mission! Make sure you use the hashtag #swim4plunket whenever you post to social media. Happy training and thank you for supporting Plunket!
What if I don't want to swim but I want to donate?
Click on the donate button now!
WHERE: Mairangi Bay Beach
WHEN: Saturday 23rd November
TICKETS: From $20, available at www.SwimT3.co.nz
Bring the family and a picnic blanket, soak up the rays, coffee, food and atmosphere. There will also be spot prizes up for grabs and The Hits radio will be pumping the tunes!
Plunket has provided critical community services to families across New Zealand for over 100 years. All funds raised from this event will go directly back into the Northern region, helping Plunket provide ongoing care and support for families for years to come.
Special thanks must go to the team at Swim T3. Without their support and enthusiasm, this event would not be possible! We’re super excited to have such an awesome organisation on board, passionate about helping New Zealand families by raising funds for Plunket community services.