There Are Many Ways to Partner ...
But first, we'd like to explain why your help is SO important.
Even though fatalities from drunk driving crashes are slowly declining, about 10,000 people are still dying on American streets this way every year.
The current decline fatalities over years is driven primarily by the increased safety features in the average car on our roads. It is frankly getting a little harder each year to die in a car. But only a little.
Meanwhile, impaired driving continues at an alarming rate. We are still decades away from technology preventing all auto death. Simply waiting for that to happen will cost hundreds of thousands of lives. We need to attack the root cause of most impaired driving. At the heart of this problem is a cultural flaw. As a society, we drink together and let each other drive away.
The goal of DrinkingAndDriving.Org is to teach the prevention of drunk driving and inspire people to actively prevent drunk driving when they see it about to happen.
We believe that drunk driving prevention requires more than laws and technology. It takes people with the right attitude to stand up and speak out to those around them. It takes peer pressure. We must all be willing to look each other in the eye and say, "I'm not going to drive under the influence and I'm NOT going to let you do it either!"
All branches of the military read our materials every day. Over 1,000 colleges, universities, and high schools learn from DrinkingAndDriving.Org every week.
As we reach more people, our influence spreads and the same peer pressure that so often leads to drunk driving can be turned around and used to prevent it.
Grants to accomplish social change through outreach are rare. More support is needed to grow our visibility and impact attitudes.
You can see why DrinkingAndDriving.Org depends on YOUR donations and sponsorships for support.
Help us change the behaviors that lead to driving under the influence. Together, we can teach and inspire the prevention of drunk driving.
DrinkingAndDriving.Org is a 501c(3) non-profit organization
More importantly, we need YOU to adopt drunk driving prevention as part of who you are and involve those around you. Be part of the positive peer pressure in your group to never drink and drive. Give rides. Ask for rides. Plan alternatives for yourself and those around you. Use DrinkingAndDriving.Org as your resource for planning. Be prevention!
Please have everyone you know take The SoberDrivers Pledge!
You can also help us out by visiting our Donation Shop and buying a t-shirt or book.
Nothing is more important to DrinkingAndDriving.Org than having young drivers exposed to our educational materials.
That's why we are very proud that most of DrinkingAndDriving.Org's traffic comes from college, university, and high school campuses across the country.
DrinkingAndDriving.Org can help your school raise awareness and instill the attitude that driving under the influence is unacceptable.
Take advantage of the materials and ideas we present here and incorporate them into your campus' responsibility-related events. Print and Share portions of The DUI Avoidance Lesson Plan.
DrinkingAndDriving.Org is available for appearancess and speaking at events in Southern California. To have DrinkingAndDriving.Org speak at your event, contact us below.
DrinkingAndDriving.Org is currently seeking sponsors for some of our best drunk driving prevention tools and other content. For more information on Content Sponsorship Opportunities, Click here.
We Thank SafeKey for Sponsoring our article, Personal Tech - Avoiding DUI with Devices
Show your support for DrinkingAndDriving.Org by linking to our website. Popular link destinations include our Home page, The National Directory of Designated Driver Services, and The SoberDrivers Pledge.
We are always interested in forming new relationships which can help DrinkingAndDriving.Org reach more people with our educational materials and drunk driving prevention tools.
Help fund one of our events or sponsor some of our content to help us reach out and teach the prevention of drunk driving.
We'd also like to thank DShofer for their continued support.