Having fun in the water while saving lives

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The SplashSave Programme Includes

  • A 70 page book with over three years worth of fun teaching materials in an easy to understand format.
  • 5 x waterproof lessons full of fun games that can be used in the pool.
  • 5 x Fun certificates to celebrate your child's achievements along the way
All in a handy swim bag!
Free Postage worldwide

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"The Splashsave pack is fun and easy to follow and will give the confidence you need to start teaching your child today."

Lavinia Hera Ronga - Dash Swim School Teacher

"It gave me great confidence knowing some of the things I can do with my kids in the bath to get them started on being water safe."

Helen, Wainuiomata

"The Splashsave initiative goes to the heart of drowning prevention, instilling the base skills, knowledge and awareness, for life long enjoyment and safety, in, on and around the water."

Jonty Mills - Former CEO of Water Safety New Zealand

"My grandson loved the turtle and it helped him gain confidence in the water."

Glenis, Wellington

The SplashSave Foundation Project

When you buy or gift a SplashSave, 20% of proceeds go towards community projects.

So far the SplashSave foundation has raised $200,000 to provide lifesaving water safety and swimming skills to communities that needed it most! We need your help to continue to provide this lifesaving skill for free.

$80,000 of funding provided by Tu Manawa to provide the SplashSave program for free in Wellington and the Manwatu

$30,000 raised to work with Plunket Nursing Association to distribute packs to families in areas where higher drowning rates occur in New Zealand

$30,000 of funding provided by Tu Manawa to provide the SplashSave program for free in South Auckland

$20,000 raised to translate the pack into Te Reo Māori.

$20,000 raised through ACC to further the SplashSave programs reach.

$8,000 Provided to work with reuge groups in Nelson

SplashSave is proudly partnered and supported by Water Safety New Zealand, Swimming New Zealand, Parent Centre, ACC and the Kohanga Reo Trust.

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