KEEP KIDS ALIVE DRIVE 25®
TIME TO MAKE YOUR TRASH TALK!
LET’S SEND THE KEEP KIDS ALIVE DRIVE 25® MESSAGE ON EVERY TRASH CAN IN AMERICA!
That’s Right! We are working to raise donations to provide trash can decals with the KEEP KIDS ALIVEDRIVE 25® logo to distribute to neighborhoods and cities for free. The idea is to place decals on all curbside trash/recycling bins to alert motorists in neighborhoods to observe the posted speed limit, or go even slower when children, pedestrians, cyclists are present - or the weather is bad. The City of OroValley, AZ tried this, did a study, and saw a 13.5% decrease in average speeds on neighborhood streets - motorists driving at an average speed of less than 25 miles per hour. Let’s make this happen on every neighborhood street in America.
How? Donate through KKAD25 Donate. All donations are tax-deductible.
Who’s in your wallet? Look at the photos of those you love and those who love you. They are always the best reason to get involved in making your neighborhood streets safer for us all. Remember, over 90 families each day in America receive news that a loved one has died in a traffic incident. Let this be the day, and Keep be the way, that you help to reduce this number by 1, by 2, by 3, and eventually by 90+ each day. Your commitment, your efforts, and your support make the difference.
How do you benefit?
In addition to supporting the mission of KEEP KIDS ALIVE DRIVE 25®, for every level of donation, we say thank you in the following ways:
For every $10.00 donation, you receive 4 decals for your trash can(s)/recycling bin(s).
For every $25.00 donation, you receive 12 decals to begin sharing with neighbors.
For every $100.00 donation, you receive 50 decals – share with neighbors.
For every donation of $250.00 or more, you receive 1 decal for each $1.00 donated. You soon will be able to get the message out on every street in your neighborhood.
Donate today at KKAD25 Donate. Your generous giving does indeed keep kids living.
“Don’t let the 2 minutes you ‘save’ be the last 2 minutes of someone’s life.” David Townsend – Tia’s dad
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