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Donate 2017-09-01T11:05:47+00:00

Please Donate to Help Save Lives

Driver’s Edge is offered for free to students for one simple reason: this type of education needs to be available to all young drivers, not just those who might be able to afford to attend.

But as you might imagine, it costs a great deal to conduct one of our events. From vehicle costs to insurance costs to facility costs, just to name a few. As a result, we’re grateful for all the support we receive and we could always use more. The more you can donate means the more events we can conduct; and that means more young drivers get educated and safer roads for all!

So if you can, would you please consider making a donation? Your donation will directly help save lives and as a public charity and 501(c)(3) organization, your donation is tax deductible.

Safer drivers make safer roads for all of us. Everyone benefits from your support and contributions, not just our students.

PLEASE DONATE HERE!

How it helps

“I am now 22 years old and [took] Driver’s Edge twice. Yesterday my stepdaughter and I were in the middle lane with my cruise control set at 65 when a car slammed into the back of me and caused my Tahoe to start fishtailing.  I didn’t hit anyone else, but I believe it’s because of what I was taught in your program.  I gained control of my car fairly quickly and was able to slow down and pull over.

I am a little sore, which is to be expected, and thankfully my stepdaughter did not receive any injuries …

I just wanted to tell you how grateful I am. I truly believe Driver’s Edge is the reason my stepdaughter and I are alive today!

Thank you so much for all that you do!!”

-Kelcie Bergman & Mia

Make a difference

“This past weekend, my (now college age) son had his first experience with icy driving. I asked how it went and he said:

‘I started to spin out but I remembered what I learned 5 years ago at Driver’s Edge and it made all the difference.’

Thank you for all that you have done to make our roads safer and for equipping my son to avoid a catastrophe.”

-Steve Knerr