The SAFE Swim Foundation is dedicated to promoting drowning prevention and empowering children with the necessary skills to stay safe in and around water. Our acronym, SAFE, stands for Swim And Float in Emergencies. It reflects our commitment to equipping children with survival swim training.
At the SAFE Swim Foundation, we understand that water safety is a critical life skill, particularly for infants, toddlers, and children. We strive to make drowning prevention accessible to children from various backgrounds, including those with limited resources or facing physical or mental limitations. We believe that every child, regardless of their circumstances, should have access to drowning prevention resources.
One of our core focuses is providing survival swim training to infants, toddlers, and children. We believe that teaching children the necessary skills to prevent accidental drowning is of paramount importance. Through our comprehensive programs, we help instill a sense of achievement and help build their confidence. In addition, our training enhances their coordination and strength, contributing to their overall physical well-being.
We also recognize the vital role parents and caregivers play in ensuring the safety of children around water. That’s why we provide drowning prevention education specifically tailored to parents and caregivers. We equip them with the knowledge and tools to create a safer environment for their children and reduce the risk of drowning.
By fulfilling our mission, we aim to create a safer, stronger, and healthier community. We believe that every child deserves to grow and thrive. We are committed to making a positive impact on their lives.
Join us at the SAFE Swim Foundation as we work towards our vision of a world where every child is equipped with the skills to enjoy water activities safely. Together, we can build a future where drowning incidents are prevented, and children can flourish without the fear of water-related accidents.
“Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.” – Proverbs 22:6