The CNCSF scholarship program provides partial scholarships for students taking water safety lessons with our local participating swim schools. Scholarship guidelines follow the free/reduced lunch guidelines used in …
We're dedicated to providing financial support for water safety equipment and education for families and non-profit groups in the central NC area.
2nd leading cause
Drowning is the 2nd leading cause in accidental deaths for children 14 and under.
About 750 children drown each year, 375 of whom do so within 25 yards of a parent or adult.
10 percent of parents watch their children drown because they don't know it's happening.
With your help, we can reduce these statistics! We offer scholarships to folks who want to learn water safety skills and grants for programs to purchase supplies! - Jackie, Founder
The CNCSF provides grants for water safety education and events for programs residing in Wake County and adjacent counties. For 2020, grants will range from $250-$500. Grants …
Water safety skills are life saving skills. You don't need to be a good swimmer or of a certain age to learn preventive measures and how to rescue yourself. - Jackie, Founder