Colin’s Hope is excited to offer the following online webinars. Download these at your convenience to learn more about water safety, and what you can do to share this information with children and families.
Need a training or webinar geared toward your specific agency? Contact us at email@example.com, and we will work with you to create an online webinar or in-person training session that suits your needs.
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Using the Colin’s Hope Water Safety Information Card & Water Guardian Badge
We can lower (and ultimately eliminate) drownings by equipping parents and caregivers with water safety education. Download this “Train the Trainer” style webinar to learn more about the Colin’s Hope Water Safety Information Card, and how your agency can share these life-saving tips with families in your community.
Original host date: June 6, 2017
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Introducing Water Safety To Young Children In A Classroom Setting
We can equip preschool and young school-aged children with life-saving information in fun and creative ways. This “Train the Trainer” style session focuses on games, science experiments, and activities that encourage safer behavior around water. This training session is ideal for child care center directors, curriculum coordinators, and teachers of children ages 3 through 6.
Original host date: July 12, 2017
Tax Law Reform & Charitable Giving*
There are plenty of headlines and speculation on how The Tax & Jobs Act will effect charitable giving in the U.S. Now that the new tax law is in place, its impact on charitable giving will be revealed in the months and years ahead.
- What giving benefits remain for individuals and families
- What are emerging charitable opportunities and strategies in light of the tax reform
- What is the value of your charitable gift
- How does your gift impact the mission of Colin’s Hope
Original host date: February 19, 2019
*This webinar is not eligible for training credit.