The Sydney Skinny is the world's happiest swim. Established in 2013, we're back in 2024 at Cobblers Beach, Mosman on 17 March to celebrate all that is good in the world.
Our charity beneficiary is the Charlie Teo Foundation. They are on a global mission to beat brain cancer. Fundraise and together we can bare all to beat brain cancer!
The Sydney Skinny has been uniting the community in the fight against brain cancer for 5 years - over half its lifetime! Step out of your comfort zone to help save lives and offer hope.
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Bare all to beat brain cancer
Charlie Teo Foundation is on a global mission to beat brain cancer.
Brain cancer research is significantly underfunded compared to other cancers, meaning survival rates have barely improved in about 40 years. Brain cancer still kills more children and young Australians than any other cancer. This is simply devastating.
Research funders like the Charlie Teo Foundation are crucial to changing the future for brain cancer patients and families.
Join us and together we can offer HOPE to cure brain cancer.
Our community fundraising supports
"In the course of one day my life has changed forever. I am a better human being; I have experienced more joy than I’ll ever be able to express.
I didn’t get married, I didn’t save someone’s life, nor did I rescue a small animal.
I simply took my clothes off and swam in the ocean with more than a thousand strangers."
- Taryn Brumfitt
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