Chipping paint crumbling off a wall.

Parents, Tell Congress about the dangers of lead poisoning in paint.

Toddler reaching up to bathroom counter.

Research highlights the need to keep medicine out of children’s reach and sight.

Girls in Cameroon celebrating Global Road Safety Week

Check out highlights and photos from our events around the world

A mother and son smile at each other while wearing bike helmets.

Are your kids staying safe on bikes and scooters?

The UN logo and the slogan Safe Lives, Slow Down

Read how Safe Kids Worldwide will be promoting the 2017 United Nations Global Road Safety Week 

National Hurricane Preparedness Week.

It’s a fact – 83 million of us in the United States live in an area that could be affected by a hurricane, stretching from the southern tip of Texas around the Gulf Coast and Florida and then up the east coast to the top of Maine. In New York City alone, 2.9 million residents live in hurricane evacuation zones.

All smiles as a family of three takes a selfie together.

A closer look at why prevention is a valuable investment for taxpayers. From saving lives to spending less, there are many benefits to early intervention.

Alysia Montaño jumping rope with her daughter at Safe Kids Day 2017

The Safe Kids Day Event in LA was a huge success as families and celebrities came together to raise money to support our life-saving programs to protect kids on the road, at home, and at play. 

Medication pills in a sealed bottle

Parents, learn how to protect your kids around medicine at home.

New Law for Nebraska on carbon monoxide

Get the Facts About Nebraska’s New  Carbon Monoxide (CO) Law and Find Out a CO Alarm Can Protect Your Family from this Silent Killer

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