Divers Alert Network (DAN) has launched its spring giving campaign in support of the future of safe diving.
About DAN: The world’s most recognized and respected dive safety organization, Divers Alert Network (DAN), has remained committed to the health and well-being of divers for more than 40 years. The organization’s research, medical services, and global-response programs create an extensive network that supports divers with vital services such as injury prevention, educational programs, and lifesaving evacuations. Every year, hundreds of thousands of divers around the world look to DAN as their dive safety organization. Join the DAN community or learn more at DAN.org.
The campaign aims to raise funds to provide education and safety resources to divers everywhere, enhance emergency response capabilities, and provide forward-looking solutions for keeping divers safe.
"We believe in the power of the dive community coming together to promote a culture of dive safety that will persist through future generations," said Bill Ziefle, DAN President and CEO.
"Through this campaign, we invite divers, industry professionals, and all those passionate about the underwater world to join us in safeguarding the future of our sport."
The funds raised through the campaign will support vital DAN programs and services, including:
- Dive Safety Education: Creating educational resources and training programs to empower divers with the knowledge and skills they need to dive safer.
- Emergency Assistance: Ensuring the DAN Emergency Hotline remains available 24/7 to provide medical advice and assistance to divers in need worldwide.
- Research and Development: Investing in cutting-edge research to advance dive safety protocols, procedures, and equipment.
- Advocacy and Outreach: Collaborating with industry partners and organizations to advocate for policies that prioritize dive safety and promote responsible diving practices.
DAN is encouraging divers to make a tax-deductible donation at DAN.org/Give. Every contribution, no matter the size, will make a meaningful impact on the future of safe diving.