BENEFITING: American Rivers
Matt Moseley has his sights set on the Colorado River to raise awareness for American Rivers and the work they are doing to protect the water supply and clean up rivers across the United States. Please donate to help him complete the first-ever swim of 47.5 miles down the Colorado river from Moab to the Confluence.
Last summer Matt completed the first ever solo swim of 26 miles across Lake Pontchartrain in New Orleans, Louisiana to raise awareness for the Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation, which helped clean up the lake after Hurricane Katrina and continues to raise awareness for the lake. Then, this past May, he took on a 24 mile swim from the Island of Culebra to Fajardo, Puerto Rico for the Scuba Dogs Society, which cleans up the coral reefs in Puerto Rico. The Colorado River swim would mark three first-ever swims in a 13 month period.
Matt's vision vision of bringing people together and back to the water is becoming a reality with two swims down and only one to go. Please support him on this epic journey.