Scott Kaloust

Scott's 21 mile Lake Tahoe Swim

Scott Kaloust
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I have the opportunity and challenge to swim 21 miles across one of the most beautiful and pristine lakes in the world, Lake Tahoe!

My swim on July 22 will be non-stop, through the night, and no wetsuit.

I decided to start raising money for Water.org, because I believe safe water is necessary for life, and there are 663 million people around the world without it. Access to safe water can change a person’s world, and allow them to define their own future.

I know there are a lot of worthy charities out there. I’ve created my own fundraiser for Water.org because I believe safe water is necessary for life. The water crisis is something I feel I can help solve. I hope you agree by giving whatever amount you can to support my efforts.

For every $25 that I raise, Water.org can give someone access to safe water for life. Co-founded by Matt Damon and Gary White, Water.org has been helping people develop sustainable solutions for more than 25 years. Together, we can change lives with safe water.

If you are a patient of Dr. Kaloust, please make a notation of what school you would like Dr. Kaloust to make a matching donation to (maximum total matching of $500 per school)

47 supporters
Dianne and Jeff Child — $50.00
Congratulations on a great swim for a great cause!
Tasha Capen — $50.00
Amazing accomplishment, Scott. Very inspiring! Thank you for sharing it with us at Menlo Masters and for doing it for a great cause!
Blair Porteous — $50.00
Scott Kaloust — $500.00
A Big Thank You!! to all who donated!

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