Womens Swimming Project

Our donors and supporters

Please take some time to visit the web sites of our valued donors and supporters.

Aid Sri Lanka Foundation. With personal thanks to Sam Clark and the founding members of this charity for including women’s swimming as a major element of post-tsunami rehabilitation work. 

John Lewis Partnership. With especial thanks for the generous donations of this unique retail cooperative over two successive years, which has enabled the project to make a significant impact on the local community. 

The British Army 102 Logistics Brigade. With especial thanks to Major Tess Matson for running the Berlin Marathon to raise funds for the Project and all members of the garrison for supporting her. 

Pamela and John Walters for a magnificent fund-raising sponsored swimming effort 

Kilmarnock United Methodist Church, Virginia. Thanks to the Congregation of Kilmarnock United Methodist Church in Virginia for their generous support at such a distance 

MAS Holdings Sri Lanka. With especial thanks from the ladies of Weligama for the latest in swimwear fashion – looking good certainly motivates the ladies to learn to swim well 

Mailsports Swimwear Specialist. First donors of brand new swimwear and swimming aids to the Project. 

Total Immersion Swimming. With personal thanks to founder Terry Laughlin for training DVDs and manuals, publicity support and frequent consultations to enable us to deliver Total Immersion Swimming to our ladies and have them swim gracefully and effortlessly from the start. 

Marlow Thames Rotary Club. With thanks for their donation and hoping we can link them up with Rotary in Sri Lanka to take the Project further forward. 

20-20 TV. With personal thanks to James Fonfe for donating fees from his television appearance to the Project. 

Lanchester School in Castle Bromwich 

International Federation of Swimming Teachers' Associations. The International Federation of Swimming Teachers Associations for affiliating the Project to the IFSTA and for generous donations of training material, training manikins and rescue equipment. 

Supporting the Women’s Swimming Project 

Moreton Hall Health Club. Thanks to STA Tutor Sue Brown for her fund raising efforts, equipment donations and swimming teaching training 

Laerdal Medical (UK) for their generous donation of resuscitation training manikins 


D. M. Wood Medical for their generous donation of resuscitation training manikins 

Speedo Swim Generation