Don’t Drink and Drown particularly targets individuals to be responsible for their friends if they have had too much to drink; helping them to return home safely.
On average 73 people lose their lives each year through a substance-related drowning. For context, this is more than a quarter (29%) of UK annual accidental drowning fatalities*.
The campaign was launched following a string of tragic and high-profile student drownings in 2014.
Every year RLSS UK staff, partners, and volunteers carry out activities and events in towns and cities that have demonstrated a particularly high number of alcohol-related drownings.
Don’t Drink and Drown is a national campaign that encourages drinkers to steer clear of walking by water.
All the assets you need to get involved with Don’t Drink and Drown.
Drowning is an unexpected and devasting tragedy that affects families, friends, and often whole communities – here are some accounts.
Don't Drink and Drown case studies.