1 Mile Open Water Swim – Pine Lake Marina – 8 April 2023
This is your invitation to be part of the Môreson Mile, a 1,6km open water swim event with the purpose of raising funds for the upgrade of facilities at the Môreson ACVV Child & Youth Care Centre. Your support will have a direct and positive impact on the lives of the children and young people who depend on the Centre for essential support and care. Register here to enter as a swimmer in preparation for the next Ironman event later this year.
We offer a range of sponsorship opportunities to suit your organization’s goals and budget, including:
- Title sponsorship: maximum exposure through branding, marketing and signage at the event.
- Event Partner: significant exposure through branding, marketing, and signage at the event.
- Product/Service sponsorship: opportunity to showcase your products or services at the event and in promotional materials.
- In-kind sponsorship: donate products or services to support the event and increase brand exposure.
- We would be happy to work with you to create a customized package to meet your specific needs and maximize the impact of your support.
We believe that with your support, the Môreson Mile will be a huge success and make a meaningful difference in the lives of the children and young people at the Môreson ACVV Child & Youth Care Centre.
We would be happy to work with you to create a customized package to meet your specific needs and maximize the impact of your support.
Water activities such as swimming, boating, and fishing can be fun and exciting for children. However, it’s important to ensure that kids are properly supervised and equipped with the necessary safety measures to prevent accidents in and around the water.
It is important to understand why the Môreson Mile was established.
To keep children safe in and around water, it’s crucial to educate them on water safety principles and supervise their activities at all times. This includes wearing life jackets while boating, avoiding swimming in unsupervised or poorly maintained bodies of water, and staying away from drains and other hazardous areas. Additionally, children should also be taught basic swimming skills and water safety techniques, such as treading water and floating, which can help them stay afloat in an emergency situation. The Môreson Mile is used as an exciting way to get the community involved and address this very important matter.
We believe that with your support, the Moreson Mile will be a huge success and make a meaningful difference in the lives of the children and young people at the Môreson ACVV Child & Youth Care Centre.
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|Angelique du Randt