Over 1,500 children and teens die every year in the U.S. from drowning. In Washington state, an average of 25 children and teens drown every year. Most of them are swimming, boating or just playing in or near water.
The Washington State Drowning Prevention Network and Seattle Children’s work together to provide you with information and resources on water safety and drowning prevention. We can prevent drownings if we all do our part!
Email us to get help starting a drowning prevention campaign in your community or learn more about the Washington State Drowning Prevention Network.
Support Seattle Children’s water safety education and programs to increase access to life jackets. Designate your donation to “water safety.” Donate now.
In This Issue: Spring 2017
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You can help support water safety awareness and education, and programs to increase access to life jackets, by donating to Seattle Children's. Simply enter "Water Safety" when asked where you want to direct your gift. Thank you so much for helping to keep children, teens, families and friends safe around the water.
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