Giving Tuesday is November 27th!Tuesday, November 27th is #GivingTuesday. Facebook and PayPal are matching donations on Facebook a total of up to $7 million dollars. Mark your calendars and make your donations early on November 27th!
How Many Hours Would You Give To Save Your Child’s Life?SteerSmart asks for just one hour to help save young lives. Our program has been customized to fit neatly within the typical regular daily academic schedule. It can be easily modified to be as short as 60 minutes or extended to over 90 minutes. The program has been delivered in all types of venues to all kinds of audiences. The common thread is that it has been hailed as memorable, instructive and vital to the safety of drivers by audiences all over the country.
Drive Safe, Drive SmartLauren Winborne, SteerSmart Founder, was featured in Simply Buckhead’s September issue. Read the article!
On the Scene: Steer SteadyAtlanta’s well-to-do denizens made their way to the 2017 SteerSmart Luncheon—which was featured in the June issue of The Atlantan—for a fabulous spread of fresh fare courtesy of the Piedmont Driving Club’s expert culinary team. The guests, which included Hennessy Automobile Companies’ Peter Hennessy and Georgia Tech’s Vice President for Student Life and Dean of Students John Stein, heard from the nonprofit’s founder, Lauren Winborne, bid on luxury raffle items and more for the noteworthy cause. Having raised more than $45,000 for SteerSmart’s powerful mission to minimize the tragedy of auto fatalities, Atlantans everywhere—especially parents—are raising a glass to SteerSmart and all of the wonderful work it does right here at home.
Read the article!
Article Via The Atlantan – Published: June, 2017
3rd Annual SteerSmart Luncheon
January 29, 2019
The Lovett School
“The program seems to have a profound impact on parents and students. The students found it extremely powerful. As they were leaving the assembly, advisors listened to the students discussing seat belts, texting, cell phone and speeding. Please keep getting the message out to the community.”
Alyse Cooper-Pribish–Director of Counseling