About Campaign

ends 15 Jun 2023, 11:59 PM
Lions Singapore Aquathlon 2023 is an event initiative by Triathlon Singapore and Lions Club of Singapore , with the objective of bringing multi disciplinary sports closer to the community, whilst creating an opportunity to raise funds and create awareness for Lions Prostheses Centre.

A Swim Run event aims to promote the sport of Aquathlon to the general public as a can do sports which inspire people from all walks of life, projecting positive attributes such as discipline, determination, valor, nobility, strength, while getting more kids and youths active, to channel their energy and vibrancy towards sports.

The Lions relay category will feature para athletes going the mile to complete a relay with their partner to finish the race in style and celebration.

There will also be an Inter Schools Aquathlon Challenge making a come back after 14 years (the last being in year 2009). This is an opportunity for students in schools, colleges, universities to race a new sport under their school colors and be crowned Aquathlon champions in their age group.

For every participant that signs up, $10 will be donated to the Lions Prostheses Centre to support their cause. Prostheses leg support is needed for many diabetes sufferers who have had their legs amputated. With funds raised, more can be given to support those in need, to enable them to work and live a normal life.

Take the Plunge, and Run! With Lions Aquathlon, every individual that completes the race is a Lions Triathlete!

About the Charity

Lions Prostheses Centre Singapore ("LPC") was founded in 2020 by a group of Lions Clubs in Singapore to offer a second chance at life for amputees from poor or underprivileged families to live a full, independent and productive life.

To sponsor needy amputees with prosthetic limbs.

To enhance the mobility of amputees.

To provide free or subsidized prosthetic limbs to low-income amputees to enable them to enjoy a better quality of life by:
1. Being independent of crutches, wheelchairs or other mobility aids.
2. Having a life not hampered by limited mobility.
3. Being able to work and make a living wherever possible.


Fundraising can help to raise more and change more lives.

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