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ASK Day is June 21


ASK DAY IS JUNE 21 — THE FIRST DAY OF SUMMER

In the United States, 4.6 million children live in homes with access to an unlocked or unsupervised gun. Every year thousands of kids are injured or killed as a result. June 21 marks the first day of summer, a time when many children are out of school, spending more time at home and at the homes of others. Parents ask all types of questions before their children visit other homes. ASK Day is when we remind parents, guardians, and caretakers to add one more question, ask: "Is there an unlocked gun where my child plays?"

It's a simple question, but it could save a life.

Asking about guns in the home is an important step to prevent family fire. Family fire is a shooting involving an improperly stored or misused gun found in the home that results in death or injury. These tragedies are preventable. Parents and caregivers can make a difference by asking this vital question and encouraging others to do the same.

EASY WAYS YOU CAN ASK ABOUT SAFE GUN STORAGE IN YOUR COMMUNITY

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WHY ASKING MATTERS

Even if children have been exposed to firearms from a young age, it is still essential to always store your guns locked, unloaded, and separately from ammunition.