The award-winning teen distracted driver awareness program, JUST DRIVE, just got a big boost from the Sheriff’s Foundation of Broward.
The Sheriff’s Foundation of Broward funded a Public Service Announcement video to share the JUST DRIVE message beyond the selected high schools. “The Sheriff’s Foundation is expanding the reach of the Just Drive Campaign by producing a 5-minute video which captures the powerful message of Napier’s presentation,” said Foundation Chairman Juan Arias, adding that “now our entire community can be moved by Napier’s powerful story of heartbreaking loss, forgiveness, and redemption.” The Just Drive Public Service Announcement is now on the Sheriff’s Foundation YouTube and Facebook pages.
The Meagan Napier Foundation has been a driving force in impaired teen driving awareness and prevention and the Sheriff’s Foundation of Broward County has been a supporter of these efforts. The Meagan Napier Foundation conducted four presentations around Broward, in conjunction with Just Drive. In addition to the presentation at Cypress Bay High School, they also presented at Flanagan High School in Pembroke Pines, Northeast High School in Oakland Park, and at Miramar High School in Miramar. More than 2,200 high school teenagers experienced the powerful presentations.