We've all heard it too many times; another child has found their way into a backyard pool, our first reaction is to blame someone for not paying attention. However the fact is children are extremely resourceful and will unknowingly put themselves in harms way. Greg and Tammy Cantor of Welcome Home Realty have a goal: to reduce the number of
We believe that in order to prevent children from drowning, we must teach them basic water safety skills. That is why we have teamed up with the Southwest Valley Regional YMCA and will provide eight 30-minute beginners swim lessons. We have trained 350 children, If you would like to join us with your suppoport and sponsorship your donations are appreciated and needed to help fund this program for all 930 plus Litchfield Park School District kindergarteners and continue on in the years ahead.
Joining us in our efforts, Litchfield Park District Superintendent, Dr. Julianne Lein, will provide transportation for all the students of Litchfield Park School District. Lessons will be provided during school hours, teachers partnering with the YMCA will also include water safety as part of their class work prior to participating in the program. Our next class starts Be Part Of The Solution.
We have pledged a percentage of each of our completed Real Estate transaction and are asking you to think of us when it comes time to buy or sell your current and or next home.
Greg is retired USAF and a full time Realtor, Tammy an ICU RN and Realtor. We have devoted our lives helping others while making a positive impact in our community and are committed to doing what we can to lessen the number of water related incidents. All of your tax-deductable donations will go directly to the YMCA. Help us give our children a life saving skill!
If you have any questions or need additional information please call us at 623-824-4067. Your appreciated donations must be made payable and mailed to:
Southwest Valley Regional YMCA
Greg & Tammy Cantor Swim Safe Program”
Here are a few great sites to help educate us all
Children's Safety Zone
2006 Maricopa County Water Related Incident Report