NBAC Endowment: Securing the Future of Maryland and American Swimming
The North Baltimore Aquatic Club stands in the new twenty-first century, 44 years young, and seeking higher levels of achievement and accomplishment as a regional leader in competitive aquatics.
NBAC trains at the Meadowbrook Aquatic & Fitness Center and Goucher College. NBAC has always attracted athletes from all over the country, and even the world. Swimmers from Australia, Spain, Mexico, and Canada have trained with NBAC. Swimmers from Chicago, California, New York as well as Pennsylvania, the Washington suburbs, and West Virginia have committed to vigorous training as well as travel schedules to train with NBAC.
In its constant search for committed and talented athletes, NBAC has developed from its roots in the Towson area in Baltimore County to draw athletes from Baltimore City, Howard, Harford, Anne Arundel, and Carroll Counties in Maryland as well as South Central Pennsylvania. NBAC is striving to expand its time tested methods of achievement, learning and excellence to the greater Mid-Atlantic region. As NBAC grows, we are seeking a more permanent source of income to meet rising expenditures.
The NBAC ENDOWMENT FUND is our solution to securing a future of aquatics excellence.
Chaired by Olympic Gold medalist Theresa Andrews, the Endowment Fund involves the cooperation and vision of alumni, parents, friends and supporters of competitive swimming to expand NBAC's programs and operations in the new century. The goals of the Endowment are clear:
To continue our top quality youth program. (Facilities and equipment)
To maintain the highest level of coaching for our athletes. (Salaries and benefits)
To provide the opportunities so our swimmers can excel in the pool and give back to the community. (Outreach - Special Olympics, Swim Across America)
For more information or to make a donation to the North Baltimore Aquatic Club Endowment Fund, contact Patty Stephens at 410-433-8300 or click here