Save the Bay with Abram Koczij
April 3, 2022
Kiowana Beach, Meaford
I did the polar dip because I wanted to save the fish so the people can still swim in Georgian Bay.
Save Georgian Bay Association
The Georgian Bay team is working to protect our region from the negative impact of T.C. Energy’s proposed hydroelectric pumped storage project. Our focus is to raise awareness in South Georgian Bay and all Ontarians about un irreplaceable natural resources and a national treasure. It’s a gem, a marginalized treasure to be preserved as-is for our children and grandchildren.
Save The Bay Polar Dip on February 27, 2022.
We are challenging the brave people of our region to jump into our pristine (and frigid) Georgian Bay. This is a great way to get involved and contribute to a well-intentioned cause affecting all of us. All funds raised go towards supporting the work that the volunteers at Save Georgian Bay do in an effort to protect our national treasure and the communities and wildlife who rely on it.
Attention all sponsors, share using the Social Media icons provided. This is one way you can help raise awareness about Saving Georgian Bay. Check the F.A.Q. below for more information.
$20.00 Gift = 1 sponsorship x 20.00;
$40.00 Gift = 2 sponsorship x $20.00;
$70.00 Gift = 1 sponsorship x $20.00 and 1 sponsorship x $50.00.
2. Choose a quantity from the sponsorship drop-down list. You can choose 1 or more.
For example, if you and your child would like to sponsor a dipper, choosing 2 sponsorships would allow each to place a gift at the tier amount. The total gift amount will be doubled the tier value. As a result, each person would need to enter their name separately, which will be displayed under the dipper’s name in the sponsorship list.
If you have a social media account, you can quickly share the swimmer on your Facebook Page, Twitter, What’s Up or email. Simply click on the icon to quickly connect to your account to share. Social media networking with family and friends is the best way to raise awareness about saving Georgian Bay.