We wish to give thanks to all those organizations and advocates who have donated their time and energy to educate the public about the dangers of Drowsy Driving.
National Sleep Foundation, which organizes and leads the annual observance of Drowsy Driving Prevention Week across the country. We are proud to be part of this effort.
Massachusetts Highway Safety Division, which does so much to promote our cause and educate the public on the dangers of drowsy driving. HSD led successful efforts in 2018 to secure a grant from the Governors’ Highway Safety Association that allowed us to focus on educating younger motorists on the risks of driving tired.
Massachusetts Department of Transportation, state agency that provides signage and messaging each year during the clock change period. We are grateful for their efforts.
AAA Northeast, an ongoing partner in so many of our campaigns, including the GHSA grant. AAA provides us with consistent and valuable earned media visibility around the issue of Drowsy Driving, and has supported our legislative efforts as well.
Wake Forest University, which worked with us to develop and distribute anti-drowsy driving messages to its students via Instagram.
The Drowsy Driving Prevention Project has also benefitted from the assistance of the following organizations:
- Harvard School of Public Health
- Baystate Hospital, Springfield, MA
- Boston Medical Center
- Mass. General Hospital
- Tufts Medical Center
- Emerson College
- The Safe Roads Alliance
- In Control Family Foundation