Cari Dahling will attempt to swim the English Channel in memory of Natalie and LCV. Thank you Cari for your commitment to be Nat's voice. Together we will break the silence of Domestic Abuse. 

From swimmer Cari: "At some point between September 24 and 30 2020, I will attempt to swim the approximately 21 miles from Dover, England across the English Channel to the shores of France. As a lifelong swimmer, I feel a sense of calm peace in the water. Swimming the Channel presents a great challenge and test of my physical and mental strength while allowing me to do something that I love…for a very long period of time. Because this adventure is so much bigger than anything I have attempted before, it only seemed fitting that it should be so much bigger than just me. Which is why I have decided to dedicate this swim to the memory of Dr. Natalie Beissel and am raising money for Love Conquers Violence so that the organization can continue in its mission of preventing domestic violence through raising funds to help increase awareness and education. Further, a portion of all funds raised for my English Channel swim will go to Connections for Abused Women and Children (CAWC) a local Chicago organization, right here in my home of Chicago."


To learn more about LCV visit: www.loveconquersviolence.org


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Cari Dahling will attempt to swim the English Channel in memory of Natalie and LCV. Thank you Cari for your commitment to be Nat's voice. Together we will break the silence of Domestic Abuse. 

From swimmer Cari: "At some point between September 24 and 30 2020, I will attempt to swim the approximately 21 miles from Dover, England across the English Channel to the shores of France. As a lifelong swimmer, I feel a sense of calm peace in the water. Swimming the Channel presents a great challenge and test of my physical and mental strength while allowing me to do something that I love…for a very long period of time. Because this adventure is so much bigger than anything I have attempted before, it only seemed fitting that it should be so much bigger than just me. Which is why I have decided to dedicate this swim to the memory of Dr. Natalie Beissel and am raising money for Love Conquers Violence so that the organization can continue in its mission of preventing domestic violence through raising funds to help increase awareness and education. Further, a portion of all funds raised for my English Channel swim will go to Connections for Abused Women and Children (CAWC) a local Chicago organization, right here in my home of Chicago."


To learn more about LCV visit: www.loveconquersviolence.org