all_fnd_line_ver_2935_posThe 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 $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.


Participating North Carolina Schools/Agencies:

Bunn High School – Bunn

Chapel Hill High School – Chapel Hill

Charlotte Performance Learning Center High School/Communities in Schools

Concord Performance Learning Center High School – Charlotte

Cuthbertson High School – Waxhaw

East Chapel Hill High School – Chapel Hill

Fairmont High School -Fairmont

Garner Magnet High School – Garner

Harding University High School – Charlotte

Highland School of Technology School – Gastonia

Jack Britt High School- Fayetteville

Laney High School – Wilmington

Lumberton Sr. High – Lumberton

Pinecrest High School-Southern Pines

Purnell Swett High School – Pembroke

Swansboro High School -Swansboro

Terry Sanford High School – Fayetteville

Vernon Malone College and Career-Raleigh

Walter Williams High School-Burlington

White Oak High School-Jacksonville

Read about SAVE and The Allstate Foundation’s partnership in North Carolina during the 2013-2014 school year here.