The team at Royal Life Saving NSW take every opportunity to regularly participate and engage in community events from expos, open days, career fairs and more. Over the past couple of weeks our Cultural Engagement Coordinator, Ying Fan has been out and about doing what she does best, making connections and educating the community on swimming, water safety and drowning prevention.
Ying attended the recent Multicultural Expo in Hornsby connecting with over 60 people from various CALD groups about our newest Inland Water Safety campaign along with meeting important Multicultural partners like CASS, Your Side, and the Cancer Council, establishing relationships to work together now and into the future. A hot topic for enquiries from the neighbourhood surrounded an upcoming funded adult learn to swim program that Royal Life Saving is running in conjunction with Hornsby Aquatic Centre. One of the many community funded education programs that Royal Life Saving run across the state, every week. It was great to see so many adults wanting to take their swimming journey, because it's never too late to learn to swim.
Ying followed up this event with attending the Community and Police Expo in Fairfield once again attracting many enquiries about our various services, funded programs and community events including our upcoming 'A Day at the River' family water safety day on the Georges River. If you are interested in registering for this event, please follow the link A Day at the River - Georges River Water Safety Day | Royal Life Saving (drowningprevention.org.au).
For more information about our funded programs opportunities, community events or an upcoming expo that you would like to advise us of please email email@example.com