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Adopt Survive the Drive as a charity for your events. Donations will help bring driver safety programs to high schools and communities.

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Member Benefits
  • Calendar of Survive the Drive public events
  • Opportunity to attend Survive the Drive programs
  • Discounted programs in your community
  • Invitation to Annual Appreciation Reception for you and your guests
  • Acknowledgment at events
How to Become a Member
  • Bring a Survive the Drive program to your community
  • Donate or sponsor Survive the Drive’s life saving efforts
  • Become a Survive the Drive volunteer
Volunteer Opportunities

Show Representative
Attend and distribute Survive the Drive flyers and merchandise at car shows, auto enthusiast shows, auto and teen safety events, etc.

Booth Hospitality
Manage Survive the Drive booth displays at local events. This includes; booth set-up, speaking with and acquiring information from interested individuals, booth break-down, post event report.

School Liaison
Contact administrators for schools grades 8-12; high schools, magnet schools, technical schools and private schools. Introduce them to Survive the Drive via a phone call and email with descriptive information.

Community Champion
Visit local auto dealers, businesses, civic groups, charitable organizations, fleet companies, etc. to offer information about Survive the Drive.

Past Community Champion Events
Yankee Beemers Camp-out. Left to right: Jack Phelps, Sam Posey, Bob Blethen, Bob Green. August 15, 2013 in Lime Rock Park Infield.
Tracy Walton Concert. April 4, 2012. Infinity Hall, Norfolk, Connecticut.
Garage Tour Benefit 2012-2013. Sam Posey, personal collection, Sharon, CT. Bob Sharp, personal collection, Sherman, CT. Chris Dyson, Dyson Racing Shop, Poughkeepsie, NY Don Breslauer, DB Enterprises, Salisbury, CT. Kent Bain, Automotive Restorations, Stratford, CT. Brian Donovan, Donovan Motorcar Service, Lenox, MA.
“Climb to the Clouds” June 20, 2014. Mt. Washington, NH.
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