Swim Safe Forever, Northwest Houston
Childhood Drowning Prevention
Swim Safe Forever (SSF) (501(c)3 led by Jenny Bennett who is an emergency room nurse at Tomball. During the summer of 2016, she lost her 18 month old son in a drowning accident. She strongly believes that drowning prevention awareness and education can change these statistics and prevent other families from the pain of losing a child.
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About This Project:
Self rescue swim lessons will be proved by means of scholarship to teach children survival swimming methods which could ultimately save their life if they were to make it to a body of water unnoticed. This self rescue skill is the ability to roll onto their back and float unassisted and independently, and if the child is capable they may flip over and swim to an exit.
We are in need of funding for scholarships for self rescue survival swimming lessons for those in need.
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