End Distracted Driving

EndDD's mission is to save lives from distracted driving through advocacy, education, and action. 
EndDD.org is a project of the Casey Feldman Memorial Foundation, which was founded in 2009 by Casey's parents, Joel Feldman and Dianne Anderson. Twenty-one-year-old Casey Feldman was struck and killed by a distracted driver in July, 2009 in Ocean City, NJ. She was crossing the street in a crosswalk during daylight hours at an intersection governed by 4-way stop signs. She was 3/4 of the way across the street, yet the driver claimed that he never saw her. He was distracted and was looking away from the road and reaching for an object. 
EndDD has:
  • Created science-based distracted driving presentations, when there were none
  • Amassed a network of 500 speakers, the largest in the country
  • Given talks to over 375,000 students nationwide, all without cost to schools
  • Created a bystander intervention program to teach teens how to effectively speak up when driven distracted by others
  • Provided educational materials for free, including safe driving agreements, quizzes, and surveys
  • Developed video public service announcements
  • Sponsored teen distracted driving video and meme contests
  • Designed presentations for parents to help them model distraction-free driving for their children
For more information on EndDD, please visit https://www.enddd.org/.