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Safety Advocates Unite to Educate Parents on Steps They Can Work Into Their Routine to Keep Kids Safe at Home, at School, at Play, and on the Way
Washington, DC – In honor of Safe Kids Week (May 7-13), Safe Kids Worldwide and safety advocates across the country are teaming up to provide tips, resources, and devices to help parents and caregivers keep their kids safe at a time when preventable injuries are on the rise.
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Partnership advances equity in child passenger safety and bike safety
Washington, DC – Safe Kids Worldwide and AAA’s Auto Club Group Foundation are proud to announce a new partnership to advance equity in child passenger and bicycle safety. The overall goal of the partnership is to educate families and provide car seats, booster seats and bike helmets to those that may not have access to these safety resources.
Summer time and warmer weather means more chances to show off your grill skills. Of course, any good grill expert knows the recipe for safety is just as important as the recipe for your favorite burgers, pork chops, or grilled mushroom kabobs. Just in case, here are 6 ways to keep your kids, and yourself, safe around the grill:
The Fourth of July and fireworks—it’s hard to think about one without the other. And it’s no wonder. The tradition is as old as the country itself. On the eve of the first Independence Day, founding father John Adams predicted future generations would celebrate with “Bells, Bonfires, and Illuminations from one end of this Continent to the other.”
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Washington, DC – Safe Kids Worldwide applauds the development of the U.S. National Water Safety Action Plan (USNWSAP), a comprehensive, first-of-its-kind roadmap released today to help put an end to one of the leading causes of preventable deaths for children.
The report is the culmination of a four-year-long effort by drowning prevention experts and organizations around the country, including Safe Kids, to provide a framework for a coordinated approach to address drowning.
Washington, D.C. – In an effort to ensure every child has the chance to grow up safely, Safe Kids Worldwide launched its new strategic plan focused on Equity in Child Safety today at the Safe Kids Childhood Injury Prevention Convention (PrevCon), where more than 500 safety professionals gathered to network, learn, and collaborate on efforts to enhance the safety of children on the road, at home, at school, and at play.
Awardees Honored for Commitment to Protecting Kids from Preventable Injuries, Number One Cause of Death to Children in the U.S.