2,782 Ways the Upper Valley Aquatic Center Builds Community


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The non-profit Upper Valley Aquatic Center (UVAC) has become an exercise, recreation, and rehabilitation destination for thousands since our opening in 2009. Families, groups, and individuals use UVAC as a valuable resource to learn and sharpen swim skills, become stronger, rehabilitate, compete and celebrate. In fact, UVAC sees more than 150,000 members and guests annually.

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Our Financial Aid Fund—including the Free Hartford Learn-to-Swim program and Community Access Programs—helps support our Center’s goal to "deliver a diverse range of high-quality fitness and aquatic programs accessible to all members of the Upper Valley Community." 

Because of the generosity of donors, this year:

  • 140+ children and adults have learned to swim free of charge
  • 155 families have received memberships
  • 47 weeks of Summer Splash Camp went to kids free of charge
  • 80 individuals have received memberships
  • 60+ participants in the FREE PALS for Life cancer survivor program, and discounted Arthritis and Addiction Recovery programs
  • 500 seniors participated in free swimming, water exercise and land classes through our Free Senior Friday Community Access Program.
  • 1800 free passes were granted to local charities to use as gifts and for fundraising.

Why donate to the UVAC financial aid fund?  In the video below hear a compelling thank you letter of healing and inspiration explaining how an Upper Valley Aquatic Center membership changed two people's lives.

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