Injuries and violence are the leading cause of death and disabilities for people from age one to 44 years old. November 18th, the Injury Free Coalition for Kids and the country's leading injury and violence prevention organizations will join forces to push for change. Their efforts will mark the country's 3rd "National Injury Prevention Day," a day to raise awareness to empower communities to make a difference. Joining doctors, nurses, and community outreach personnel at Trauma Centers across the country will be Safe Kids Worldwide, Safe States Alliance, the American Trauma Society, the American Academy of Pediatrics, Be SMART -- a program of Everytown for Gun Safety Support Fund, The Society for Advancement of Violence and Injury Research, the Trauma Center Association of America and JPMA Cares.

Use the Submit Event Information link below to add information about work you are doing in your community for National Injury Prevention Day.


National Injury Prevention Day Partners

Click on a partner below to view information about that partner and a list of programs and events at partner sites.

National Injury Prevention Day Twitter Chat

The Injury Free Coalition for Kids will host a live one hour twitter chat on November 18th at 1:00 pm EST with Injury Free sites and their institutions to help inform people about the urgent need to prevent injuries and how everyone can play a role. To join the conversation use the hashtag #BeInjuryFree.

November 18th at 1 pm EST — #BeInjuryFree

National Injury Prevention Day Activities

Click on a category below to view programming across all of our partner sites.

National Sponsors

We thank the following companies and organizations that have worked with our national parters to provide safety equipment and funding for National Injury Prevention Day events around the country.

National Injury Prevention Day

We're looking forward to "Shining a Green Light" with you during this year's National Injury Prevention Day.

Thanks to everyone who helped make this day a success.



E. Lenita Johnson, Communications Director
Injury Free Coalition for Kids

Walt Rice, Technical Consultant