The USA Swimming Foundation
Saving Lives and Building Champions - in the pool and in life.
 As the philanthropic arm of USA Swimming, the USA Swimming Foundation works to strengthen the sport from grassroots to gold medals.
Celebrating 10 Years of Make a Splash: 
Saving Lives, One Decade at a Time

There is a kind of magic to the hum of a pool deck. The tone and tempo change, and at times the whole thing slips into controlled chaos, but the symphony of frenzied coaches and exhausted athletes pushing through the final laps of a long workout is oddly beautiful. It's the sound of fond, lifelong memories being made...  Read More.
Thank You Donors!

The USA Swimming Foundation has an impressive group of people who are committed to saving lives through swim lessons and supporting the US National Team on their road to excellence. We thank you from the bottom of our hearts for the difference you are making in the lives of swimmers at every level.

Click here to see our most current list of Donors and Champions Club Members. Ready to join this group in supporting the USA Swimming Foundation? Click here to make a donation today.
Celebrate the 2017 World Championship Team at This Year's Golden Goggle Awards!

The annual Golden Goggle Awards not only honors and celebrates our U.S. National Swim Team, it serves as an important fundraiser for the USA Swimming Foundation. Proceeds from this event benefit the USA Swimming Foundation's mission to save lives and build champions -
in the pool and in life. Read More.

Help "Make a Splash" So Every Child Can Learn to Swim

Since the program was launched in 2007, Make a Splash has helped more than 4.9 million children learn to swim. To mark the 10th anniversary of the program, we've set a bold goal of providing lifesaving swim lessons to another one million children in 2017. Read More.
 U.S. National Team Takes on the World

From July 14-July 30, some of the world's top athletes converged on Budapest, Hungary to compete in the 2017 FINA World Championships. Team USA never fails to impress, and this year's event was no exception. Read More.
Building Champions Together

The 2016 USA Olympic Swimming Team made headlines in Rio. But what most people don't know is that the U.S. is one of only a few countries where Olympic athletes receive no government funding. Read More.

Recap: Performance Camp 2017

USA Swimming and USA Master's members joined us at the USA Olympic Training Center for our Youth and Adult Performance Camps. Both weekends were jam-packed with stroke instruction, dry land techniques, and the chance to learn from USA Swimming legends including Nathan Adrian, Elizabeth Beisel, Dave Durden,  Missy Franklin,  Rowdy Gaines, Bruce Gemmell, Cullen Jones, Chase Kalisz, Ariana Kukors, and Mel Stewart. 

Swimmers took part in a stroke seminars, a hike or drive through the scenic Rocky Mountains, pool workouts with a personal film review, and a chance to hear about Olympic memories and hopes from the athletes and coaches in attendance. 

The 2018 Performance Camp dates are set as follows:
  • Youth Performance Camp  8/31-9/3, 2018
  • Adult Performance Camp  10/5-10/7, 2018
To be added to our email list for more information, please send us an email. Details will be released in Spring of 2018. We hope you'll join us! 

Donate today and your gift will make a difference in the lives of children tomorrow.

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