Keep Kids Alive Drive 25 Overview
Target demographics: Residents of every neighborhood in the U.S., and when possible, beyond.
Direct beneficiaries per year: 5,000
Someone who had 3 hours of volunteer time could: -Begin to mobilize leadership in your neighborhood/community to initiate a Keep Kids Alive educational campaign.
Geographic areas served: United States, as well as communities across the globe.
Programs: Consultation and Presentations to Community/Neighborhood Groups, Schools, Businesses, and Municipal Leaders on developing comprehensive neighborhood traffic safety education campaigns that include:
America's Trash Talks to Keep Kids Alive
Keep Kids Alive Drive 25
Stop! Take 3 To See
It's Not A Race! Create Space
Be Aware! Drive With Care
No Need To Speed
Check Your Speed
A License to Live - An in-school safe-driving education and marketing campaign that is student driven.
Parenting at the Speed of Life
Annual "Run to Remember" as part of the Pikes Peak Ascent Trail Race in honor of loved ones who have died in traffic incidents.
1) To change the way we drive on neighborhood streets, and beyond, through support of communities in creating comprehensive traffic safety solutions that engage residents as front-line solutions to the problems we create - speeding, stop-sign running, all manner of distracted driving, tailgating, buckling up, etc.
2) To support families who experience the death of a loved one due to a traffic incident. Live Forward!™ is our initiative designed to support families in creating legacies to honor their loved ones.
Oceanside, CA saw a 16% decrease (6 mph) in average speeds when implementing a Keep Kids Alive Drive 25 yard sign campaign.
As the first community to initiate "America's Trash Talks to Keep Kids Alive," Oro Valley, AZ realized a 13.5% decrease in average speeds on neighborhood streets - 24.5 mph on average.