Swim Safe Forever #FloatChallenge
The ability to rollback and float is one of the many layers of protection that can save your life in an aquatic emergency. Infants as young as 6 months old can learn to rollback and float!
Thank you to Liz Huber from CAST Water Safety for taking the #FloatChallenge and sharing valuable drowning prevention tips!
Don't forget, you don't have to be challenged, join us today!
Be sure to visit our Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/295946611338015/
4 year old Olive saw the #FloatChallenge, and was so inspired she asked her mom if she could do it too! Look how excited she is to show us all how easy it is to float once you know how, she can even float in her fairy dress!
Show Olive some love, and share with your friends and family today!
We have our first Peer to Peer page created and first taker of the #FloatChallenge!
Take the float challenge today, don't wait to be called out ;)
#1 Take a quick video, tell us a tip to prevent drowning
#2 Jump in!
#3 Challenge 3 of your friends to donate or float! (or both)
Thank you Carmen Glasser for floating in your cocktail dress to spread awareness about the importance of practicing floating fully clothed.
Apr 07, 2019
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An anonymous supporter$500.00Apr 12, 2019An anonymous supporter has donated $515.40, told 0 friends and now has an impact score of 500.00 for this project.
An anonymous supporter$100.00May 02, 2019An anonymous supporter has donated $103.45, told 0 friends and now has an impact score of 100.00 for this project.
Carmen$19.98Apr 07, 2019Carmen has donated $20.89, told 0 friends and now has an impact score of 19.98 for this project.
An anonymous supporter$10.00May 31, 2019An anonymous supporter has donated $10.76, told 0 friends and now has an impact score of 10.00 for this project.
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About This Project:
SSF challenges you to take the #FloatChallenge
You can wait to be challenged, or you can take the challenge yourself and then challenge 3 others! Take the challenge, or donate today (or both!) visit www.SwimSafeForever.org
All you have to do is take a video of yourself "I accept the Float Challenge, floating is so easy, I can even do it in my ____" You fill in the blank...maybe it's your work uniform, your prom dress, your favorite ballerina tutu? And give us a drowning prevention tip if you can.
The point is this: 70% of children younger than 5 years were not expected to be at or in the pool at the time of a drowning incident.* Meaning, they became victims of drowning during non-swimming times, and they entered the water fully clothed.
What else can we do? A lot... we can start by sharing the knowledge about layers of protection to prevent drowning and change our verbiage to recognize that childhood drowning is an epidemic. With this challenge we hope to illustrate that learning how to rollback and float independently, and in clothes, can save a life.
Even the AAP agrees...check our their 2019 Policy statement "High-quality swim lessons provide more experiential training, including swimming in clothes, in life jackets, falling in, and practicing self-rescue."
* ref: The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC)
What do we need? We need you! We need your passion, your excitement, and we need you to take the #FloatChallenge today!
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