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Capitol Sports safety

We thank Congressman Jon Runyan (R-NJ) for guest authoring this blog.

pedestrian safety

As we get closer to International Walk to School Day on October 9, I can’t help but think about how many more countries are desperately in need of pedestrian safety initiatives and education. One of those countries is my home in Simferopol, Ukraine.

Fire Safety in the Kitchen

We would like to thank Amy Lebeau, the senior project manager for public education at the National Fire Protection Association, for guest authoring this blog.

Fire Safety

National Fire Prevention Week spans from October 6-12 this year. The theme is “Prevent Kitchen Fires.” Every day, at least one child dies from a home fire and every hour about 14 children are injured from fires or burns.

International Walk to School Day

October 9 is International Walk to School Day. We’re teaming up with FedEx to host events across the country that teach kids all the fun things about walking to school.  It all happens while they’re outside, active and having fun, which is the best way to learn 

Combined Federal Campaign

Are you a Federal Employee? If so, please consider selecting Safe Kids Worldwide to receive donations through the Combined Federal Campaign.

Photo: Car Seat Kid

This post originally appeared on The Huffington Post.

The stories of Ed Beaudette and Monika Samtani are the same in many ways, but unfortunately, not in the most important way.

Photo: Toddler in Car Seat

This week, as part of Child Passenger Safety Week (September 15-21), we’re teaming up with the General Motors Foundation to help parents protect their most precious cargo.

baby safety

September is Baby Safety Month, which just so happens to coincide with our anxious wait for the arrival of our first child…how fitting! Leading up to September has been a fun and strange combination of gearing up while also paring down.

Photo: Distracted Teen

The hazards of walking while distracted

Have you ever texted a friend while walking down a sidewalk and thought ‘what’s the worst that could happen?’ For this unsuspecting guy, it was almost running into a hungry-looking brown bear. Luckily, everyone turned out okay. But what if that bear had been a car going 30 miles per hour?

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