For Immediate Release
The economic and social impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic has restricted parents’ and guardians’ ability to enroll their children in swimming lessons, resulting in an increase in cases of children drowning. Pool Shark H2O is partnering with the USA Swimming Foundation to make swimming lessons more accessible.
“Participation in formal swimming lessons can reduce the risk of drownings by 88 percent”. https://blog.poolsharkh2o.com/usa-swimming-foundation
About the Partnership
Pool Shark H2O cares about swimming pool safety in all aspects. For every two bodies of water on their system, Pool Shark H2O will fund a month of swim lessons through the USA Swimming Foundation. So, when you upgrade to the modern technology of the Pool Shark H2O app, you will not only save money, time, and work; you will be helping to save lives by helping us to contribute to swim lessons too.
To learn more, go here https://blog.poolsharkh2o.com/usa-swimming-foundation
About PoolShark H2O
Pool Shark H2O focuses on the health and safety of all things pools. They created the Pool Shark H2O app, a digital pool log and maintenance system that allows necessary, up-to-date information to be shared with an entire pool staff in several languages, ensuring all team members have the information they need to keep their commercial pool water safe and in proper chemical balance. The app alerts staff if water hasn’t been tested or when chemicals need to be added to the pool to keep it safe and within health department limits.
About the USA Swimming Foundation
The USA Swimming Foundation serves as the philanthropic arm of USA Swimming. Established in 2004, the Foundation works to strengthen the sport by Saving Lives, Building Champions and Impacting Communities. Whether equipping children and adults with the life-saving skill of learn-to-swim, providing financial support to our heroes on the U.S. National Team, or broadening community access to the sport, the USA Swimming Foundation aims to provide the rewarding experience of swimming to all, regardless of their ability to pay. For more information, visit www.usaswimming.org/foundation