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Phone: 402-334-1391
12418 C St
Nebraska 68144
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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.

The mission of KEEP KIDS ALIVE DRIVE 25® is to make streets safer for all who walk, ride, play, and drive. Doing so preserves lives and relationships.
Over 1500 communities have initiated a Keep Kids Alive campaign. These represent 49 U.S. States, 3 Canadian Provinces, the Bahamas, and Queensland State, Australia.

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.

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When I was president/CEO of the National Safety Council, Nebraska, I had the opportunity to work with Tom Everson and the Keep Kids Alive program. Tom and his wife, Wendy, were aware of the need for neighborhood street safety programs and began their program in 2008 in response to a tragic incident... more »
I met Tom many years ago when he had first started Keep Kids Alive Drive 25. His love and conviction to grow KKAD25 and spread the safety messages of KKAD25. In all the years since, I have never seen his conviction waver. There is nobody more dedicated to a more wonderful and successful cause. I ... more »
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