1. Take a life saving class.
  2. Create a play that teaches young children how to stay safe at home.
  3. Design a flier of after-school safety tips and deliver it to daycare centers and grade schools.
  4. Check railroad crossings and make signs to promote safety.
  5. Offer a safety workshop prior to July 4th.
  6. Ask your parents to help you get your town to fix dangerous intersections.
  7. Conduct a bicycle rodeo to help children learn bicycle safety.
  8. Create an poison awareness campaign.
  9. Ask your fire department how you can help others learn about fire safety.
  10. Get permission to fix up your town’s fire hydrants.
  11. Make emergency kits for your home.
  12. Collect money for a good cause.
  13. Create a holiday safety video.
  14. Start a campaign against teen suicide.
  15. Volunteer at a police station.
  16. Become a certified lifeguard and volunteer at a swimming pool.
  17. If you’re good at fixing bikes, volunteer to teach others how to fix their bikes.
  18. Conduct bike safety checks for your neighborhood.
  19. Sponsor a drug free post prom event.
  20. Organize a drug free pledge campaign.