Swim and Survive Fund
Alarmingly, thousands of children are leaving primary school every year unable to meet the basic water safety benchmarks of swimming 50 metres or staying afloat for two minutes.
In many communities, swimming and water safety is simply not accessible. Children from lower social or economic families, Indigenous or culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, or from regional and remote communities, are more likely to miss out making them extremely vulnerable to drowning.
These children are the focus of the Royal Life Saving Swim and Survive Fund.
With your help, we can ensure that every child has the opportunity to learn vital swimming and water safety skills that could one day save their life.
Please support the Swim and Survive Fund by:
Become a Swim and Survive Fund Partner:
- Donate or subsidise swimming and water safety courses at your facility
- Keep Watch
- Keep Watch Home Pool Safety
- Swim and Survive
State and Territory Activities
- ACT Primary Schools Program
- ACT Ministers Swim and Survive Certificate
- ACT Junior Lifeguard Club
- ACT Swim for Life Program
- ACT Ngadyung Program
- ACT First Aid @ Home
- NT Water Safety Strategy 2012-2016
- NT Sunday Lifesaving Program
- NT Sunday Infant Aquatics
- NT Water Safety Awareness Program
- NT VACSWIM Program
- TAS AQUAVATE Conference
- Respect the River
- Don't Let Your Mates Drink and Drown
- The Talk - For Over 55s
- Make It Safe - Portable Pool Safety
- Changed Swimming Pool Laws - Be Pool Safe
- Sinkers #DontDrinkAndSink
- Bronze Medallion
- Grey Medallion
- Community Development