National Teen Driver Safety Week 2016: October 16-22
Thanks to the continued support of State Farm, Parachute is excited to announce the fourth annual National Teen Driver Safety Week (NTDSW) in Canada. NTDSW is a week designed to make the public aware of teen driver safety issues, and encourages community and youth involvement as part of the solution. National Teen Driver Safety Week will run from October 16-22, 2016.
Great momentum was achieved in 2015. Parachute and our community partners hosted over 500 events, and we are looking for even greater engagement in this year’s program. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and how you can participate in 2016.
Your NTDSW toolkit will include one ballot box (for the Positive Ticketing Blitz), 100 positive tickets, 100 pencils, 100 screen cleaner keychains, and 3 boxes of jumbo sidewalk chalk (for the Parking Lot Chalk Makeover).
Parachute’s National Teen Driver Safety Week ambassadors are engaged community member of all ages from across Canada, dedicated to driving change around teen driver safety in their own communities. Ambassadors can be students, public health and emergency service providers, parents, teachers or community leaders – we welcome anyone who wants to play a leadership role in planning for NTDSW. To find out more, download the information sheet. If you are interested in becoming an Ambassador for 2016 email Beth Culotta (email@example.com) for more information.
Refer to these safety tips before executing your National Teen Driver Safety Week activity.
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Governments from across the country are recognizing National Teen Driver Safety Week with proclamations and social/traditional media support. Has your community joined the cause? Check out the map below to see who is engaged!
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See information from Parachute’s previous campaigns.