So far we had cooperation with below projects. We are continuously looking for organisation, pools and programs which are interested to take part in this program.
Please contact us to have a chat.
MSP- DIVEIN Learn to Swim (Specifically for refugees)
Funded by Calvary Health Care Tasmania for people from refugee background who have been living in Australia for less than five years and have a centrelink concession card, Catholic care Tasmania is cooperating with From Zero to Hero to deliver a complimentary learn to swim program.
From Zero to Hero Cooperation with Royal Hobart Regatta
Swim sprints, scuba diving activities – did raise funds for swimming programs for adult migrants who cannot afford swimming classes : https://www.facebook.com/events/893263208174756?active_tab=about
Muslim ladies Swimming
This program was a cooperation with Catholic Care Tasmania in second half of 2019 with a celebration for ladies success on 9th October 2019 in Catholic Care Tasmania. Over 20 women from Afghan community were attended in a learn to swim and water safety program in 2 groups of youth and seniors.
Meet The Beach Program
Meet The Beach Program was a cooperation between From Zero to Hero and Catholic Care Tasmania to run a beach safety and CPR course by Surf Life Saving Tasmania on 7th,10th , 14th and 17th January for two hours each day in long beach, Sandy Bay. Around 20 students from Multicultural background have attended and learnt about how to be safe in and around the beach. They were also trained on CPR and first aid.
MY Swim to Sport, funded by the Healthy Tasmania Community Innovations Grants, is partnering with From Zero to Hero Swim Instructor Nadia Azizabadi to support young people from migrant and refugee backgrounds learn to swim and become involved in water sports and local swimming clubs.
Swim the distance between Australia and Manus Island in a cumulative 24-hour marathon relay at the Hobart Aquatic Centre. Tanya Lee’s Landing invites you to physically experience distance and participate in a policy of exile, which both underpinned Australia’s colonisation and is maintained today though the offshore detention of asylum seekers. Swimmers will plunge into Hobart Aquatic Centre’s Olympic-sized pool, in a group effort to swim the distance of that perilous ocean stretch. Presented by Situate Art in Festivals and Dark Mofo, with generous assistance from Cosgrove High School, Migrant Resource Centre Tasmania, From Zero to Hero, and the Tasmanian community.