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Review for Keep Kids Alive Drive 25, Omaha, NE, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

This non-profit has empowered me and honored my story by: creating a safety campaign in my husband's name, connecting me with other families, and helping me become a runner to climb Pike's Peak for my late husband. Tom is passionate, smart, dedicated, and successful in assisting families to Live Forward after loss. He is truly making a difference with his work and I am so happy we met.

Role:  Client Served

Review for Keep Kids Alive Drive 25, Omaha, NE, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

Tom Everson runs an amazing non-profit. I met him at the "Towards Zero Deaths" conference in Minnesota in 2008, after my husband was rear-ended and killed in a traffic accident. Not only did Tom provide support and empathy, he asked me for my story and if I would like to be involved in a new campaign targeting tail-gaters. I said yes and he created "It's Not a Race! Create Space!" to honor my husband and me. Over the last two years, he has worked tirelessly to get our new initiative off the ground and onto the back of semi-trucks throughout the country. He always keeps me current with the various organizations and grant requests he submits. We have had some success, and some disappointments. But Tom is always positive and so respectful. When the organizations has its annual run, Tom always writes to me with the news, t-shirts for the event, and how he and his family will keep James' memory with them all the time. Keep Kids Alive Drive 25 is a responsive, caring, and hard-working non-profit that I recommend to everyone I know.

I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...

my personal life. It has been so nice to know that through the "It's Not a Race! Create Space!" campaign that I am contributing to traffic safety.

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

find a way to contribute more financially to it.

Role:  Donor & I shared my story and contributed financially.