Together, we can
Steering towards safety: Every effort counts
We’ve worked on improving the lives of over 25,000 young people through direct practice.
Young people from different backgrounds have a huge impact on us and all our activities. They highlight those parts of the society that are broken, so we can help them in all possible ways to regain hope and flourish in life.
What we do
We plan and support amazing projects that help change the lives of disadvantaged children and young people from across different regions of the world.
Safety awareness promotion
Understanding the importance of traffic safety can be lifesaving. Through education and proactive initiatives, we are dedicated to spreading awareness about safe driving habits, the importance of seatbelts, and the dangers of impaired or distracted driving.
Emotional and psychological support
Emotional wounds can sometimes run deeper than the physical ones. We offer support resources, from therapy to counseling, designed to help individuals navigate their emotional journeys as we have been there. Our focus is on healing, resilience, and the restoration of mental well-being.
Your new friend list
Rebuilding one’s sense of self and connections to others after memory loss can be a daunting task. “Your New Friend List” is here to help. We connect individuals navigating memory loss with volunteers, ready to stand in as “new friends”. Through “Your New Friend List,” we strive to combat the isolation often associated with memory loss, and help those affected to rekindle their sense of belonging.
Supporting neurological research
The human brain is a complex organ, and there’s still so much to learn, especially when it comes to memory loss following traumatic brain injuries. Our organization actively supports cutting-edge research in this field, with the hope that every new discovery brings us closer to understanding, preventing, and healing these conditions more effectively.
Our numbers that speak
Data from U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) & World Health Organization (WHO)