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Ocean Beach Pier Jump I Fundraiser Event San Diego Community Jumping To Help Save Lives!

Join the Prevent Drowning Foundation of San Diego (PDFSD) as they support the San Diego Junior Lifeguards and host their largest fundraiser of the year. Proceeds from this event benefit the Prevent Drowning Foundation of San Diego efforts to provide SDJG scholarships and free swimming lessons for underserved youth in San Diego.

In 2022, PDFSD funded over 26 grants with over 8,000 youth participants throughout San Diego County. This includes water safety swim programs at over 26 schools and providing all of the SDJG Scholarships. 

WHEN: Monday, July 10, 2023,  8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

WHERE: Ocean Beach Pier

WHO: San Diego Junior Lifeguards, Parents, and Public 

MEDIA: Welcome to attend and jump with us! 

Please email to save your spot.


Prevent Drowning Foundation of San Diego believes that drowning is preventable and it is our mission to engage the community in a continuum of water safety programs and initiatives that provide access to the life-saving skill of swimming. Since 2009, our purpose has been simple: we do everything we can to prevent drowning by spreading awareness and funding swim lesson programs for targeted individuals who have limited access to gaining the life-saving skill. With our local school, community, and aquatic partners, we have impacted tens of thousands of young people in San Diego County and made their lives safer and more enjoyable.

Quick Facts:

  • Each year in California, over 400 people die from drowning and more that 1,200 are involved in non-fatal drowning incidents which require a visit to the emergency department or hospitalization.
  • Drowning is the number one cause of unintentional injury deaths for children ages 1-4, and the second leading cause of death for children under 14.
  • 92% of drowning deaths in California are residents, 5% are from other states and 3% are from other countries.
  • 48% of all drowning deaths occur in June, July and August.
  • California has thousands of miles of ocean coast and inland lakefront, nearly 200,000 miles of rivers and over 1.3 million pools. Californians love the water, but the risk of drowning is ever present.