We’re constantly evolving the world of Swysh – adding new athletes, sports and icons of the game, every day – because we pride ourselves on being inclusive and accessible to every sports fan.
From birthday shoutouts to pre-game pep talks, a Swysh shoutout can be personalised for any occasion - sparking reactions that people love to see and share (we call it the "Swysh Feels").
We donate at least 20% of the proceeds from every Swysh video to our youth charity partners, supporting disadvantaged and sick kids.
Polished Man’s mission is to end violence against children. October is the campaign’s hero month where people are encouraged to paint one nail blue to spark up important conversations about the issue and raise awareness and funds. Swysh is helping Polished Man support organisations that deliver trauma prevention and recovery programs to Australian children so that no childhood is lost to violence.
Starlight replaces pain, fear and stress with fun, joy and laughter. A Starlight Wish is a once-in-a-lifetime experience for a seriously ill child and their family. Swysh provides funding towards Starlight Wishes to help make dreams come true for sick kids and their families, giving the gift of hope during the toughest of times.
The Graeme Dingle Foundation inspires all school age New Zealand children to reach their full potential through various initiatives. Swysh helps fund the Project K program, which focuses on building confidence, teaching life skills and self-reliance through wilderness adventure and mentoring programs.
UpsideDowns funds the provision of crucial speech language therapy for Kiwi kids with Down syndrome. All donations by Swysh will be used to fund these therapy sessions, to help kids with Down syndrome reach their full potential.
Variety – the Children’s Charity provides scholarships to kids with an existing talent to achieve their full potential and follow their dreams. From 2020 - 2022, Swysh donated over $225,000 to help Variety deliver as many scholarships as possible to help kids living with disabilities, chronic illness or financial hardship.