TASA strives to ensure that no one wishing to learn how to swim is hindered by financial hardships.
We provide an end-to-end program to support the growth of those interested in obtaining a lifeguard or instructor certification.
TASA raises money by partnering with individuals, businesses, and foundations that want to be a force for health, safety, mentorship and athletics in their community.
At Triad Amateur Swimming Association (TASA), our mission is simple. We offer financial support to individuals who cannot afford the cost of swim lessons for their children.
Public pools and beaches all over the country are facing lifeguard shortages. It is a problem that has been exacerbated by the pandemic. The American Lifeguard Association estimates one-third of the nation's beaches and pools are affected by the shortage. This creates an opportunity for summer and winter employment for those interest in saving lives.
These unusual circumstances represent a good opportunity to strengthen different areas of preparation
while in the water. The pandemic has been detrimental to the social life of children. Swimming, as an
extracurricular activity provides important opportunities for children to interact with their peers, develop
social skills and discover new interests.
One of the best ways to care for your child physically, mentally and socially is through swim lessons.
TASA has been established to address these needs, while providing mentorship to those children in need.
In closing we ask for your financial support as we “save a life, and teach a child how to swim”.