July 23, 2014, 11:52 pm

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Written by Jeff Larson   

As we are a non-profit organization, Safe Roads Alliance needs your help to accomplish our goal of improving the skills of drivers nationwide.

It is No Less Than a Gift of Life.

Donate to Safe Roads AllianceAdvanced driver training saves lives. You can help young people live their futures.

If you have the desire and resources to make a gift with long-term impact to your community, please consider becoming a Safe Roads Sponsor. Safe Roads Sponsors provide funding and full scholarships to high school students, elderly drivers and those who cannot afford to participate, in approved (see Advanced Driver Training) advanced driver training programs.

Sponsors participate at $5,000 increments. While a program can be custom tailored, typically a Level I ($5000) Sponsorship will provide full scholarships for 10 students and a $50 subsidy for another 30 students. You may choose to have the student selected from a high school, city, town or other defined area that you designate. We will assist you to publicize your involvement, including media coverage for classes you have sponsored.

If you would like to speak with a Safe Roads representative, or if you would like to arrange a meeting to see how your gift can help your community, please call or write to us at:

Safe Roads Alliance, Inc.
PO Box 422
North Andover, MA 01845
Phone: 617-830-2690
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Contributions of any size help Safe Roads save lives. Contributions to Safe Roads Alliance, Inc. are tax-deductible under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

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For more information on making a donation
to Safe Roads Alliance call 617-830-2690
or email info@saferoadsalliance.org

Donate By Check:

Please make checks payable to Safe Roads Alliance, Inc. and mail to:

Safe Roads Alliance, Inc.
PO Box 422
North Andover, MA 01845

We thank you for your support in helping
improve the safety of our communities’ roads.

 

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