ISLA EXISTS TO ADVANCE PROFESSIONAL LIFESAVING DEVELOPMENT TO AREAS IN NEED AROUND THE GLOBE.
The Great Lakes have some of the highest drowning rates in the United States. This week ISLA joined forces with others to bring great change to an area of need here in the United States! Learn More.
We have had our heads down working so hard that we almost forgot a major milestone… ISLA turned five years old! We’ve had an incredible run in the past five years helping people all over the globe and look forward to the even bigger plans ahead! Learn more!
ISLA is comprised of 100% volunteers. Our continued success around the globe is dependent on the support from people like you! To assist ISLA in continuing to save lives and prevent drownings please make a donation today.
Our Global Drowning Tracker has had enormous success in raising awareness about drowning prevention! We have been featured on the Huffington Post, as well as syndicated on radio stations across the country. All of this momentum has caught the attention of United States Congress.
ISLA returns from a massively successful lifeguard exchange and training course in Macedonia recently. The result was 17 new ISLA guards and an amazing experience with the people of Macedonia. Learn more.
Raising support for ISLA and its projects, we managed to make quite an impression in the media this past month… From California, to DC, to Eastern Europe the word was ISLA and the message was lifesaving and drowning prevention! Learn more.
ISLA Lifeguards participated in K38 International Rescue’s most recent course in Morro Bay, CA. Learn how valuable this experience was, and why every lifeguard needs to take it. Read more.
Interested in travel? Volunteering? Doing something meaningful and making incredible friends? Join ISLA on our lastest voluntourism trips to Nicaragua and Dominican! Learn more about ISLA voluntourism.
Capable of collecting data via sms and web, this tool will identify in real-time where resources need be allocated to end the global drowning epidemic. Learn more!
Since 2008, ISLA has been fighting against drowning on a global level by providing equipment, supplies, training and volunteers to beaches all over the world. We have a new video to show the work going on at ISLA. Take a look.
The Global Drowning Tracker is a worldwide effort to end the global drowning epidemic through awareness. This tool allows the global drowning prevention community to see real-time where resources need be allocated and take action to end this preventable epidemic.