Drowning is the number one killer for children four and under in the US and the world. When Derek Frechette, of Massachusetts had a personal experience with this statistic at the passing of his four year old son due to a drowning incident, he decided to start a nonprofit to ensure that no other children met the same fate and on September 15, he will hold a Golf Tournament to raise funds.
The CEF Foundation – named for Christian Earl Frechette who died July 2007 – is a 501(c)(3) non profit providing education and life jackets free of charge to those that need them. Founded on the principle that finances should never be a reason a child drowns, the Foundation is calling for sponsors, donors and players for the tournament. CEF seeks to develop partnerships throughout the United States to prevent drowning.
To get involved, email Derek at email@example.com