RESCUE WATER CRAFT ASSOCIATION
Rescue Water Craft Association was founded by Shawn Alladio. Ms. Alladio began her career as a water and boating safety service provider in 1989. It was apparent that the water safety community lacked a central base for networking and the project began to take shape in 2010 as a community outreach resource.
In 2016 Ms. Alladio collaborated with Ms. Audrey Dalton and together they began structuring the non-profit concept into a reality. As water craft related mishaps increased internationally, solutions were being formatted to be offered for those willing to participate who were looking for answers. In 2017 Rescue Water Craft Association was incorporated, became operational, and began uniting as a community to support a variety of waterway user cultures.
INSPIRED BY THE GREATER GOOD
RWCA members work together to strengthen the international level of professionalism and safety for all participants in the water and boating safety communities. Together we define our culture as we unite and strengthen our membership.
RWCA members are role models and mentors, they are leaders and examples of the ethos of causing no harm. Our membership cares about their effect and performance.
RWCA members are stewards of the common good in lifesaving, competition, education, safety, and the pursuit of individual excellence.
Our character represents the importance of social impact, courage, empathy, and kindness through the experience of knowledge and expertise; this is our collective impact.