The National Association of Students Against Violence Everywhere (SAVE) is proud to partner with the Allstate Foundation in North Carolina to support the youth safety and teen safe driving efforts of students through their SAVE Chapters.

Through The Allstate Foundation, we seek to develop innovative, teen-focused approaches to raise awareness of the issue and, ultimately, to help save lives and reduce injuries,” said Nancy Lemke of The Allstate Foundation.

The Allstate Foundation presented a $50,000 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 RELEASE: Students Against Violence Everywhere Receives $50,000 Grant from The Allstate Foundation to Promote Teen Safe Driving ~ September 18, 2012

PRESS RELEASE: North Carolina High Schools Plan Teen Safe Driving Activities ~ October 18, 2012

Mix It Up Assists New Friendships – Spartan Shield – Fall 2012

Cuthbertson, Sun Valley promote safe driving through Allstate grant – Union County Weekly, November 20, 2012

Anti-Texting presentations (Page 7) – Wakefield High School PTA Newsletter – March 2013

Media Alert: Wakefield High School SAVE Chapter To Host “Just Think First” Symposium March 15 – March 15, 2013

PRESS RELEASE: Press 002 – SAVE Southern School of Engineering Violence Prevention Week Contest– March 21, 2013

MEDIA ALERT: Gastonia Chapter Of Students Against Violence Everywhere (SAVE) & Allstate Promote Teen Safe Driving Awareness – March 26, 2013

PRESS RELEASE: Wakefield High School SAVE Chapter & Allstate To Promote Teen Safe Driving Awareness – April 10, 2013

MEDIA ALERT: Sun Valley High School SAVE Chapter Hosts Safe & Drug Free Prom Event April 25 – April 25, 2013

MEDIA ALERT: Garner Magnet High School Chapter Of Students Against Violence Everywhere Hosts Safe Prom Event May 2– May 1, 2013

May 2, 2013 – In Depth: Carleen Wray, Safe Driving Month – Carolina News 14

Staged crash hits at real drunk driving – Garner-Cleveland Record, May 11, 2013

Article on impaired driving course activity – Fayetteville Observer, May 18, 2013

MEDIA ALERT: Chapel Hill High School Hosts distraction-Free Driving Event May 23– May 23, 2013

(L-R) SAVE member Hannah Brockman, SAVE Advisor Ami Parker, SAVE member Daniela Lopez, Allstate Agent Randy Walker, SAVE Co-Present Michael Ham (SAVE Co-President), and Principal Lee Dedmon at Highland School of Technology’s SAVE Rally during America’s Safe School Week, October 2012

Participating North Carolina Schools/Agencies:

Chapel Hill High School, Chapel Hill

Cuthbertson High School, Waxhaw

Garner Magnet High School, Garner

Harding University High School, Charlotte

Highland School of Technology School, Gastonia

E. A. Laney High School, Wilmington

Princeton High School, Princeton

Ray Street Academy, Graham

Rockingham Early College High School, Wentworth

Terry Sanford High School, Fayetteville

Southern School of Engineering, Durham

Sun Valley High School, Monroe

Swansboro High School, Swansboro

Wakefield High School, Raleigh

West Charlotte High School, Charlotte

White Oak High School, Jacksonville