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Christi and Mark interviewed by Univision reporter

Mark and Christi Interviewed by Local Univision Station

Mark and Christi were recently interviewed by a Houston Spanish Language television station (Univision) as part of a story about water safety legislation. Please watch the video to learn more

What is a Rip Current?

What is a Rip Current?

Do you know what a rip current is? Can you spot one if you see it? What do you look for and how do you get out

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Cathy Wireman Provides 13 Scholarships

Cathy Wireman felt God’s call on her to help support as many kids as she can be able to get...

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Text to Give!

Judah Brown Project is launching our brand NEW “Text to Give” challenge TODAY! On September 26th, 2021 we will mark...

Take our Flotation Device Survey

Hey all!! If you have experienced a drowning, even if it was what you would consider to be more of...

Brian Caudle with JBP Hero Award.

Brian Caudle Saves Child From Drowning

Brian Caudle is a pool service company owner. As he was servicing a pool in 2019 he heard a single splash. He had just been through our training for water safety and so he knew he shouldn't ignore it.

Adult Training Slide

Adult Training – Facts About Drowning

Learn why drowning happens, how it happens, how quickly it happens, how easily it happens, and how to stop it from happening to your child. Drowning is the number 1 cause of accidental death in children ages 1-4.

Parents and children in water

Water Baby Culture: Is It Dangerous For Our Littles?

Water Babies. We all want our kids to be one! We want them to love the water! But is it really safe to be teaching them confidence in the water before teaching them to be competent in it?

Young child smiling with Voices to Prevent Drowning caption.

Listen to Us

We are the voices of drowning.

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JBP partners with No Floaties Campaign

Judah Brown Project has teamed up with Morada Segura and MANY survival swim instructors, parents and foundations to create the “No Floaties” campaign.

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