National Drowning Prevention Alliance Partners with USA Swimming Foundation
Fort Lauderdale, Florida—The National Drowning Prevention Alliance announced it has a sustaining partnership with the USA Swimming Foundation. The two nonprofit organizations will partner at conferences, regional and chapter events. USA Swimming Foundation will provide sponsorship to the NDPA and will be recognized in all media and print materials related to the Annual National Drowning Prevention Symposium.
The National Drowning Prevention Alliance will work with the USA Swimming Foundation to educate the public about water safety, and promote learn-to-swim and drowning prevention initiatives. These efforts include mutual promotion of the Make a Splash program, a USA Swimming Foundation initiative aimed at providing the opportunity for every child in America to learn to swim.
About The USA Swimming Foundation:
The USA Swimming Foundation mission is to raise funds to support programs that save lives and build champions–in the pool and in life. As the philanthropic arm of USA Swimming, the USA Swimming Foundation works to strengthen the sport from grassroots to gold medals. Whether we’re equipping our children with learn-to-swim skills, or providing financial support to our heroes on the U.S. National Team, the USA Swimming Foundation is dedicated to supporting the pursuit of excellence in our sport and aims to provide the wonderful experience of swimming to kids at all levels across the country. The USA Swimming Foundation also serves as the home for our U.S. National and Olympic Team Alumni reunions and regional events.
About The National Drowning Prevention Alliance:
The National Drowning Prevention Alliance is a volunteer-driven 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization founded in 2004. NDPA members are dedicated to preventing drowning for all age groups in all bodies of water through public education, advocacy and strategic partnerships. The National Drowning Prevention Alliance promotes the Safer 3 water safety message: For Safer Water, prevent children’s access with barriers and alarms; for Safer Kids, provide swimming lessons at a young age and designate a vigilant “Water Watcher” to guard children during water play; for Safer Response, learn CPR and keep a reaching pole and telephone by the pool.
Please visit www.ndpa.org for more information and to join our lifesaving mission