Who we are
Drive with Care is a non-profit organization founded with the mission of promoting safe driving practices, providing support to victims of traffic accidents and research on accident related neurological studies.
Our organization was inspired by the personal experience as a victim of a traffic accident, which resulted in neurological injuries and memory loss. This experience motivated us to establish an organization that would help others who have been affected by traffic accidents and promote awareness of the importance of safe driving.
We believe that everyone has the right to travel safely on our roads and highways. Our programs and services are designed to promote safe driving practices, provide support to accident victims and their families, and fund research on neurological injuries resulting from traffic accidents.
Our organization is run by a dedicated team of staff members and volunteers who are committed to our mission and values. Our board of directors includes experienced professionals from the fields of healthcare, law, and public safety.
We partner with local organizations, schools, community centers, and law enforcement agencies to reach out to the community and provide resources to those in need. Our educational programs include workshops, seminars, and training sessions that focus on defensive driving, distracted driving, and impaired driving.
Our support services
We also offer support services for victims of traffic accidents, including emotional healing and rehabilitation services, financial assistance for medical bills, lost wages, and other related expenses, and a network of volunteers and professionals who can provide emotional support and counseling to victims and their families.
Thank you for your interest in Drive with Care. We invite you to join us in our mission to promote safe driving and support accident victims. Together, we can make a difference in our community and beyond.
Our numbers that speak
Data from U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) & World Health Organization (WHO)