2021 South Beach Triathlon


Join Team Save the Children for the 2021 Escape to South Beach Triathlon!

As a team member, you will enjoy the ultimate VIP experience!

  • Great swag to wear on race day
  • Fundraising support from Save the Children staff
  • Invitation to team brunch during race weekend
  • Access to team finish line tent
  • The chance to make a difference in the life of a child!

Fundraising minimum is $500.

Questions? Email us at team@savechildren.org

Total Raised:

$4,362.24 of $10,000.00 Goal

Way to go! Thanks to your amazing dedication, girls and boys around the world will have a brighter future. You and volunteers like you are making a difference for children around the world, by providing nutritious food, lifesaving medical care, school supplies and so much more.

Top Fundraisers

  1 -  James Frydman ($960.00)
  2 -  Colleen Krawczykowski ($585.00)
  3 -  Curtis Cetrulo ($545.00)
  4 -  Patrick Casey ($521.24)
  5 -  Kareema Bahamou ($446.00)
  6 -  William Alexander ($410.00)
  7 -  Roger Caibe ($85.00)
  8 -  Oscar Guedez ($75.00)
  9 -  Alexia Zuloaga ($50.00)
  10 -  Rebecca Massey ($35.00)

Top Teams

  1 -  Tri 2020 ($70.00)

Why we fundraise

The Bike Runner
Toldeo, OH

Alan Thompson, 67, is completing a fundraiser riding around the perimeter of the United States. Thompson said, "I've had my fair share of adventure in life, so the main purpose here is to generate funds for Habitat For Humanity and Save the Children. If I can do that, then it will be an effort well intentioned and spent." You are our hero, Alan!

Swim Teams Dive in to Help Nepal
Westport, CT

Within one month of the deadly 2015 earthquake in Nepal, the Staples High School Varsity Swim Team and The Westport Water Rats dove in to help. By creating the "Swim for Nepal," a five-hour swim event, they were able to raise over $43,000 to benefit Save the Children’s relief efforts there. More than 175 swimmers, ranging in age from 6 to 18, took part. The "Swim for Nepal" remains one of the most successful school fundraisers in our history.

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