The presentation was powerful. The teen’s response to it was even more so. In nearly 30 years of youth work, I do not recall a time when I was in a room with 700 teenagers who sat so silently, so respectfully, so actively listening to a stranger who stood before them. I know they were paying attention. They laughed when appropriate. They cried as they felt their pain.
— Shelley Schweitzer, Director of Congregational Support National Federation of Temple Youth (NFTY)
Cell phone use while driving is much more prevalent amongst teenagers than any other form of distraction or impairment. Auto crashes are BY FAR the number one killer of teenagers. Let us help you prevent the senseless pain that entered our lives from ever touching your community.