"Operation Lifesaver" is a nationwide, non-profit public safety education and outreach program designed to eliminate collisions, deaths and injuries at rail crossings and rights-of-way. The third state to join Operation Lifesaver was Kansas in 1974. Operation Lifesaver is now an international program and is supported by national and state organizations, as well as the railroads.
DONATIONS: Please consider helping us by Donating... Your donations help us promote rail safety and save lives. The donations go to the purchase for handout materials that are provided to students (of all ages), bus drivers, novice drivers, truck drivers, law enforcement, community organizations, and the general public. All of the donations are tax-deductible for Kansas Operation Lifesaver it is a 501c(3) nonprofit program. By utilizing volunteers, we don't pay staff from donations and funds go directly to community education, during a presentation or at a booth.
Call to set up your FREE Presentation at (785) 806-8801 or email
Julie La Combe, Kansas Operation Lifesaver Executive Director.
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. . . To access the National Operation Lifesaver, Inc. online
reporting form go to OLI Presentation