SOUTHEAST ALLSTATE FOUNDATION GRANT 2015-2016

The National Association of Students Against Violence Everywhereall_fnd_line_ver_2935_pos (SAVE) is proud to partner with the Allstate Foundation in North Carolina to support the youth empowerment and engagement through SAVE.

“It is important we do our part and offer positive and supportive education for teens on youth safety and crime prevention, as well as offer them the experiences through service projects that provide vital connections to their peers”, said Thomas Walters, Allstate agent with Walters Insurance Agency.  “partnering with SAVE to empower youth to take an active role in ensuring their schools and communities are safe will make a long-lasting difference in students’ lives.  We’re thrilled to be able to partner with SAVE and their exceptional student chapters.

The Allstate Foundation presented a $75,000 grant to Students Against Violence Everywhere (SAVE) to assist SAVE chapters in North Carolina in their efforts to increase youth safety and promote teen safe driving. This grant from The Allstate Foundation will support the SAVE program in schools and community agencies. Teen safe driving awareness campaigns will be conducted during key times of the year including holidays, Teen Safe Driving Month (May), prom, and graduation.

PRESS:  Allstate Foundation Awards North Carolina Grants to Students Against Violence Everywhere-Oct. 21, 2015

Thomas Walters Named Volunteer of the Year – The Wake Forest Weekly, April 4, 2016

Walters Honored by SAVE – Wake Forest Gazette, March 23, 2016

Student Led Conference Empowers Youth to Make a Schools Safer– The News of Orange County, March 23, 2016

High School Grants Promote Violence Prevention– Fayobserver.com, December, 2015

Youth Nonviolence Program Gets Grant– Triangle Business Journal, December, 2015

Four High Schools Recognized for Youth Safety Efforts– The Charlotte Parent, December 2015

SAVE gets $75,000– Philanthropy North Carolina, November 20, 2015

SAVE Receives Grant– The Herald Sun, NC-November 3, 2015

Allstate Foundation Awards NC Grants to Students Against Violence Everywhere Nov. 2015

SAVE Receives Grant to Combat School Violence– Carolina Parent-November 23, 2015

PARTICIPATING SCHOOLS IN NORTH CAROLINA:

Bunn High School

Chapel Hill High School

E.A. Laney High School

East Chapel Hill High School

Fairmont High School

Garner Magnet High School

Harding University High School

Highland School of Technology

Hunters Creek Elementary School

Hunters Creek Middle School

Jack Britt High School

Lumberton High School

Parkwood High School

Performance Learning Center High School/Communities in Schools

Pinecrest High School

Purnell Swett High School

Swansboro High School

Vernon Malone College and Career Academy

West Clayton Elementary School

White Oak High School

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