Be SMART for Kids Gun Safety to help prevent unintentional shootings and teen suicide.

The Toolkit
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Printable Handouts (the English versions)
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St. Andrew’s Will Be Hosting a Be SMART Presentation

On Saturday, October 14, at 11 a.m., St. Andrew’s is hosting a Be SMART presentation in the Community Room at HJ’s Youth and Community Center. This 20-minute presentation will offer knowledge on how individuals can take steps to help prevent shootings by and of children.

Be SMART: Lunch and Learn

Join the Church of the Good Shepherd on Sunday, September 17 for a Be SMART Lunch and Learn. The speaker will be a representative from Be SMART, which is a volunteer group focused on gun safety and children.

Be SMART: Recognize the role of guns in suicide

Two-minute read. The fourth step in the Be SMART program is “R” Recognize the Role of Guns in Suicide. Firearm suicide is uniquely lethal — 90 percent of suicide attempts using a gun end in death and half of suicides in the US are gun suicides.

Be SMART for the Holidays

One-minute read. The hustle and bustle of the holiday season is here again – along with the planning, the prepping and the packing. If you’re one of the millions of families who will be visiting family or friends this year, there’s one important thing you need to add to your holiday checklist: talking about responsible gun storage.

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