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Diving to raise money for Charity

Published on: 22nd February, 2016 | Diving News
Photo credit: Drifta Duck
There are many people in this world doing it tough. Some have no help, but for others the Charity Drift Dive helps bring some light and assistance to their world.

 The Charity Drift Dive at Swansea NSW has been run since 2013 and has supported many charities assisting children over the years  This year, the fundraising efforts contribute to supporting Kaleidoscope.  Kaleidoscope is a support service for the children, young people and families in the Hunter and New England districts of NSW.  The Kaleidoscope network is responsible for providing an accessible integrated system of health care through the region.

The drift dive has many sponsors and the man behind the drive and determination is Bob Staddon.

The aim this year is to attract 200 divers to participate in dive day.  What does that mean?  200 divers raising money for Kaleidoscope and doing a drift dive along the Swansea Channel.

The event is scheduled for Saturday 12 March 2016, make sure you register and help support this worthy cause.  Remember you can register as a diver or a non-diver and still contribute to this worthy cause.

Click on https://everydayhero.com.au/event/charitydriftdive2016 to register or for more information.

AUTHOR

Susan Shield

TDI Adv. Nitrox & Deco. Procedures. Chartered Professional Engineer