Journey Safe

Nonprofit Organization

JourneySafe is an outreach program established by the family and friends of Jill Sabet and Jonathan Schulte, two remarkable teens who lost their lives in a senseless single vehicle automobile crash. The primary goal of the JourneySafe program is to educate teens and parents about the unique risks faced by young drivers and their passengers. Using the story of Jill and Jonathan and focusing on the 6,000 teens killed each year in similar automobile crashes, JourneySafe promotes and teaches a "positive peer pressurefriends protecting friends" concept that teens can use as a tool to protect themselves and each other on and off the road.

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