Mini Mighty Man Triathalon supporting Family and Childrens Association
Family and Childrens Association

About Mini Mighty Man Triathalon

Come one, come all! We are calling on YOU to help raise money for FCA by creating or joining a team for the 2022 Mini Mighty Man Triathlon!

It’s your turn to show Long Island what you’re made of!

The three legs of the triathlon are a 400-meter swim, 6 miles of cycling, and a 2-mile run. You can participate as an individual for all three segments, have one team member do two segments, or have three team members participate in each.

If swimming, cycling, and running aren’t your speed, you can still join a team and help fundraise!

Simply click “Join or Start a Fundraising Team” or “Start Your Own Fundraising Page” below to get started.

We look forward to seeing you at the finish line!

Date

Starts at:  April 16, 2022 5:00 AM
Ends at:  April 16, 2022 11:00 AM

Location

Nassau County Aquatic Center
Merrick Avenue
East Meadow,NY 11554 USA

Contact

Nicole Flannery
516-746-0350 x.4363
nflannery@fcali.org

How Your Support Makes a Difference

About FCA

FCA is a non-sectarian, not-for-profit organization that is dedicated to providing help and hope to Long Island’s most vulnerable children, families, seniors and communities. FCA is comprised of experienced professionals who both know enough and care enough to dedicate themselves to serve the most vulnerable residents of Long Island.

With support from a committed Board of Trustees, other volunteers and with disciplined leadership, we bring our individual and collective knowledge, skills and abilities to bear on the implementation of a continuum of community-based and residential programs and services that are strength-based and culturally competent.

FCA is a 501(c)(3) organization.

Our Mission

FCA's mission is to protect and strengthen Long Island’s most vulnerable children, families, seniors, and communities.

Our Vision

At FCA, we envision a Long Island where a legacy of optimal health, educational success and economic security passes from one generation to the next.