How will my donation be used by FocusDriven?
FocusDriven commits resources to two areas: Supporting survivor advocates and changing behaviors through public education. You contributions may be used to:
Support Survivor Advocate Training
Families who have been involved in serious crashes that resulted in injuries or the death of a loved one and want to speak publicly often times reach out to FocusDriven. There are several opportunities for families to engage such as speaking with the media, presenting their story at local events, sharing their stories with elected officials to push for legislation or participating in impact panels. FocusDriven provides families with information and training they need to feel comfortable sharing distracted driving research and speaking with the media and the public.
Develop and Promote Educational Programs
FocusDriven is committed to changing behaviors. One way to accomplish this is to provide informational resources to the public. Additionally, FocusDriven has had April designated as National Distracted Driving Awareness Month. During this time, FocusDriven increases its educational efforts and calls for all motorists to pledge to drive cell free.
Through its website, blogs, posters, informational sheets, and public speaking engagements, FocusDriven is working hard to eliminate crashes involving cell phone distracted drivers through education.
How does FocusDriven get the word out about cell phone use while driving?
FocusDriven works with schools, organizations, the public, elected officials and others to increase education about the dangers of driving while using a cell phone – hands-free and handheld devices.
How can I make a donation?
Donate online via PayPal.
P.O. Box 45333
Omaha, NE 68145
By Phone (630) 775-2405
Can I write my donation off as a charitable contribution on my taxes?
Yes. FocusDriven – Advocates for Cell-Free Driving is a 501(c)(3) organization nonprofit organization. Donations are deductible to the full extent of IRS regulations.