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The Dori Slosberg Foundation is a non-governmental, not for profit, public service organization dedicated to traffic safety. The foundation is named in memory of Dori Slosberg--the daughter of Florida State Rep. Irving “Irv” Slosberg--whose life tragically ended when the car in which she was riding crashed while she was unbuckled. Four other teens died in the crash. Established in 2004, our foundation received non-profit status in 2005 and is an influential force in reversing the deadly statistics our roadways produce.

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LIVES WILL BE SAVED WITH THE GEICO PHILATHROPIC FOUNDATION’S GRANT AWARDED TO THE DORI SLOSBERG FOUNDATION

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Boca Raton, FL. – The Dori Slosberg Foundation has been awarded a grant for safe driving programs from The Geico Philanthropic Foundation to continue their mission to create safer drivers, cyclists and pedestrians.

This grant will be used to advance safe teen driving programs and driver education related events across the state of Florida along with many community events. Such programs include the “In the Click” seatbelt compliance contests, crash


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Boca Raton-based foundation working to eliminate traffic deaths

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By Angel Streeter,
Sun Sentinel
1:07 p.m. EDT, September 21, 2014

Emily Slosberg knows why she survived the car crash that killed her twin sister and four other teenagers 18 years ago.

“I lived for a reason,” she said. “That reason is to keep spreading the message.”

Slosberg, now 33, delivers her message to teenagers several times a month, reliving the horrific crash and its aftermath over and over so young drivers understand the importance of wearing a seat belt, not speeding and driving without distractions.


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