Just a reminder to be BE SAFE this summer. With the pools now opened, drownings will occur again, as they always do. It's so preventable and with more awareness, and more preventative measures taken, less lives will be lost. My little brother was not so lucky. He was 5 when he drowned at a public pool. It is now my mission to make sure this happens to NO OTHER family, as it is so preventable. We are working hard on legislation and eventually want to bring this nationwide. With a little click of a button, you can help us out a lot. It would mean sooo much to us, if you haven't already, to go 'Like' the Connor Cares Foundation facebook page, twitter, etc. Just simply spreading the word and getting it out there will help. Every little bit counts. His website- Home Page | Connor Cares Facebook- Connor Cares Foundation | Facebook Twitter- Connor Cares (@connorcares) on Twitter If anyone has any input, or ideas, of things we can do or improve, don't be afraid to post them!! I am currently trying to get this foundation even bigger, and working on a few events, but am kind of brain fried at the moment. We've had a few successful events in the past but to be honest, these past 2 years have been hard. My mom now owns and runs a salon, my stepdad runs his own company, and so now I have been designated as the one to run the foundation, with their help of course. But I am going to be the main one running it. I'm tired of sitting around, and not getting things accomplished, I know this foundation can be huge and successful and we've already shown to have a nice following, and great supporters. Today I typed up all of our professional 'thank you' letters (where I can just plug in different information for different ppl/donations), I typed up a bunch of fact and statistics sheets, what our foundation has accomplished and plans on doing, I made a letter for donation requests, and a donation form. Just stuff that NEEDED to be done more professionally. We are a 501(c)(3) foundation, so tax write-offs can be made. Any ideas on kicking up a non-profit a few notches? Thanks for anything you can do!