Get Involved— help Sea Tow Foundation prevent boating under the influence and drowning.
We are asking for you to contribute your unique background, talent, and skill level to help us operate our boating safety programs and activities in more than 600 communities across 50 states and 6 territories of the United States— there are many ways you can help and together we can make a difference. Select your favorite way to help, and get involved today!
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Volunteers care for all the Sea Tow Foundation life jacket loaner stations nationwide. A few times each month, volunteers visit each station to take inventory of life jackets, to make sure the station is kept neat, and the station is stocked with properly working life jackets. To help care for one or more life jacket loaner stations in your area, find the life jacket loaner stations. Click this link to volunteer!
Our boating safety community are groups of dedicated people helping us operate our boating safety programs and activities in more than 600 communities across 50 states and 6 territories of the United States. There is always more to do. Join our boating safety community to help us make a difference. Click this link for details.
Volunteers receive free admission to the boat show on the day of their service to explore the show after their volunteer shift. At the on-water boat shows volunteers help fit children with life jackets. At indoor boat shows, we provide families with activities
and games to play.
Sponsors support Sea Tow Foundation boating safety programs, events, and activities that happen in all 50 states and 6 territories. Our efforts provide many unique media placement opportunities that from 2019-2020 generated 88 million media impressions. Some examples of projects sponsors have supported include:
Contact us to learn what opportunities we are planning and to discuss ideas you have in mind.
May 16-22, 2020
National Safe Boating Week may be over for this year, but you can still promote the boating safety messages and images year-round. And the Sea Tow Foundation will be back again next year for more fun activities.
2. IMAGES - sized and are ready for social media
3. EXERCISE VIDEO - A fun way to have an at-home workout using a life jacket to get you in shape and ready for the
summer boating season.
Contest open from Memorial Day to Labor Day
Join us for the Summer of Boating Safely contest to help raise awareness of how you can be a safe boater all summer long as we celebrate the 3 big holidays during the summer: Memorial Day, Independence Day and Labor Day. We’ll be giving out some fabulous prizes including an Inflatable Life Jacket from Onyx Outdoor, a COBRA floating VHF Radio, a WASP Action Sports Camera, a Sirius Signal C-1003 Electronic Visual Distress Signal, and many other prizes being added every day.
To enter, simply add a comment answering the monthly question to the Sea Tow Foundation's Summer of Boating Safely social media posts for 1 entry. For double the entry points, take a photo and post it to your own Facebook or Instagram with a tag to @SeaTowFoundation and the hashtag #summerofboatingsafely. For triple the entry points, take a selfie video of you answering the monthly question and post it to Facebook or Instagram with a tag to @SeaTowFoundation and the hashtag #summerofboatingsafely. On the 15th of each month, one random winner will be chosen from the entries received during the previous month. For a full list of rules, click here.
May 25: Memorial Day
With a focus on safe boating practices that result in fun on the water, the Sea Tow Foundation – a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization – was established in 2007 by Sea Tow Founder Capt. Joe Frohnhoefer. After his passing in 2015, Captain Joe’s legacy continues as the Foundation brings attention to the number of preventable boating-related injuries, deaths, and damage to property, that directly addresses prevention methods through education and awareness.
For more information contact us at:
Phone: (888) 276-7691