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National Swim Safety Day is celebrated annually on the third Friday in May. This year, it falls on May 21st. This day is dedicated to promoting water safety, drowning prevention, and educating the public on how to stay safe while enjoying water activities.

The importance of swim safety cannot be stressed enough, especially as the warmer summer months approach and more people head to the pool, beach, or lake to cool off. Drowning is a leading cause of unintentional injury and death worldwide, and it is crucial to raise awareness about the importance of water safety measures.

National Swim Safety Day serves as a reminder to always practice safe swimming habits, such as wearing a life jacket, never swimming alone, and supervising children in the water at all times. Learning how to swim and knowing CPR are also important skills that can save lives in emergency situations.

So, on National Swim Safety Day, take the time to educate yourself and your loved ones about water safety measures. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced swimmer, knowing how to stay safe in the water is key to preventing accidents and enjoying a fun and relaxing swim. Let's all make water safety a priority and work towards reducing the number of drowning incidents each year. Stay safe and happy swimming!

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Bay Area students are some of the most innovative, but not all of them have the tools they need to reach their full potential. Your donation will provide essential backpacks and school supplies to help them succeed in school and rise to new academic heights. 

Your support will help our students learn, succeed, and be the first in their family to go to college. These backpacks filled a huge need for our students.

Donate today to help F30,000 Bay Area students in time for their first day of school.

Join the Pack Challenge!

Challenge your company, club, family, church, or group to collect 50 or more backpacks filled with school supplies and help even more children reach their full potential!

You can also become a public drop location. Contact us to find out how:

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