Making plans for our Summer 2019 Program! This is the perfect time to look back at the great swim lessons from last summer. Thanks to all our volunteer instructors. We hope you come back again this summer!
USA Swimming Foundation Make a Splash Grant Awards 2018
Funding for free or reduced cost swim lessons grows to more than $4 Million since 2007. To help swim lesson providers nationwide offer lessons to children who wouldn’t otherwise be able to afford them, the USA Swimming Foundation has awarded more than $330,000 through its 2017 Make a Splash grant program. Since 2007 the Foundation…
Interested In More Swimming?
Learn more about the Pacific Coast Marlins Learn to Swim Facebook https://www.facebook.com/MakeASplashPacificCoastMarlins/ Learn more about the USA Swimming Foundation Make a Splash Initiative https://www.usaswimmingfoundation.org/home/make-a-splash Learn more about the Pacific Coast Marlins Swim Team https://www.teamunify.com/Home.jsp?team=papcm Find a USA Swimming team near you https://www.usaswimming.org/find-a-team Learn about the Marin Swim League, the summer swim league. http://marinswimleague.org Learn about USA Water…
Rotary Club of San Rafael Harbor “Make a Splash” Graduation
In 2018, the Rotary Club of San Rafael Harbor decided to sponsor the transportation of children from the west end of San Rafael (Canal District) to central San Rafael High School so they could attend swimming lessons provided by Make a Splash, through its non-profit teaching center, Pacific Coast Marlins Learn to Swim. Read more:…
Big Day at the Pool!
Big day at the pool today! 35 new kids from Kids Club at Pickleweed Community Center got lessons today alongside our 50 kids from Canal Childcare Center. So proud of our volunteer instructors for handling this new group with expertise, care and love. We’ve been putting this together for the last year and it is…
PCM Learn to Swim in the News
We are featured in the Marin Independent Journal! Thanks to all our high school volunteers. We couldn’t have done it without you! http://www.marinij.com/…/nonprofit-accepts-more-children-fo…
Swim Program for San Rafael Underprivileged Youth Seeks Grants
By Danielle Chemtob, Marin Independent Journal Wrapping up its second season, volunteers who help operate a swim program for children in San Rafael’s Canal area are hoping fundraisers will help keep the low-budget operation afloat next year and beyond. “We want this program to live on,” said Andrea Salmi of San Rafael, who along with…
Branson Fellowship creates PCM Learn to Swim
by Isabella Salmi I’d like to give special thanks to the Chase family for their generosity which allowed me to create a local swim program last summer…. Read more >> https://www.branson.org/cms/lib2/CA02001606/Centricity/Domain/15/Branson%20Mag%20Web.pdf
Make a Splash in the Pacific
by Jack Ferguson Drowning is the 2nd leading cause of childhood unintentional death for children under the age of 14. Read more >>http://www.tigersharks.org/pcct/UserFiles/File/AthleteNewsletter.pdf
Swim Class Video – PCM Learn to Swim
Isabella Salmi’s swim class has nearly 50 kids signed up to learn the valuable skill of swimming. Swim class at Canal Children’s Center in San Rafael