It Won’t Happen To Me, Inc.
A 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization
Dedicated to Reducing Teen Traffic Violations and Teen Deaths due to Car Crashes.
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Memory Walk 2015 will be on October 10th 2015. Last year we had families not only from the state of Georgia but from Florida, Alabama, Tennessee, South Carolina, Ohio and Pennsylvania. If you have lost a teen in a car crash and would like he or she to be represented at our Walk let us know. The Walk is open to anyone who would like to come Walk and support our Families. Everyone who registers and walks will get a T-Shirt, a meal as well as a lanyard with the picture of the teen they are Walking in Memory Of.
Memory Walk 2015 will be held on October 10, 2015 again at Tribble Mill Park.
It Won’t Happen To Me (IWHTM) and Teen Victim Impact Program (TVIP) are dedicated to reducing the Number One cause of teen deaths – Car Crashes – through education and awareness. Our educational initiatives help teens become safer, more responsible drivers. We do this by sharing the stories of teens that have lost their lives in car crashes. We discuss the decisions and choices that were made that led to their death, as well as how their death could have been prevented. The organization also strives to make parents aware of the importance of proper training and monitoring of their teen.
Programs Provided by IWHTM AND TVIP
If you have a teen, our Teen Victim Impact Program is a must. Saving even one teen life makes it all worth it! Contact us for more information about our program or for a copy of our book. What we talk about applies to everyone who gets into a car, not just young drivers. If you would like to donate you can make a donation at www.tvip.org/donate.asp
IWHTM and TVIP are especially grateful to the families who have shared the loss of their teen with us, hoping that it will save other families from possibly experiencing the same tragedy. The teens featured in our program are teaching thousands of teens and parents every year – They Are Saving Lives.