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Swimming WA Foundation

With your generous support we can provide the opportunity for Western Australian kids to reach their swimming potential.


The Swimming WA Foundation is raising funds to support grassroots swimming in Western Australia. We aim to invest the funds in assisting the development of our next generation of swimmers, to ensure that the focus of swimming is on fun and participation, as well as being accessible to all Western Australian kids.

All donations over $2 are tax deductible. Once you have donated you will receive a receipt from the Australian Sports Foundation which you can use in your tax return.

You can make a difference. Donate today.


For further information about the Swimming WA Foundation please contact us via 9328 4599 or waswim@wa.swimming.org.au.

To donate please click on the donate button above or click here to manually complete the form.



Meet the Swimming WA Foundation Ambassador

Joshua HoferOAM "The  HOFF" is an Australian swimmer and our Ambassador for the Swimming WA Foundation. 


In 1981, at the age of 17, he competed in swimming events at the 8th Special Olympics World Games in Minneapolis, Minnesota and won three gold medals in the Men's 4 x 50 m Freestyle Relay, Men's 200 m Freestyle Relay, Men's 100 m Backstroke and a bronze medal in the Men's 100 m Breaststroke.

At the 1992 Paralympic Games in Madrid, Spain, he won five gold medals in the Men's 100m Backstroke, Men's 4 x 50m Freestyle Relay, Men's 4 × 100m Freestyle Relay, Men's 4 x 50m Medley Relay and Men's 4 × 100m Medley Relay, four silver medals in the Men's 50m Butterfly, Men's 100 m Butterfly, Men's 50m Backstroke, Men's 200 m Backstroke and two bronze medals in the Men's 200m Freestyle and Men's 400 m Freestyle.In 1994, he competed at the first IPC Swimming World Championships in Malta and won a silver medal in the Men's 50m Butterfly S14 and bronze medal in the Men's 100m Freestyle S14.

He is a member of the Perth City Swimming Club. In 1993, Joshua received an Order of Australia Medal.



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