10% of Your Purchase to Charity
Social responsibility is big part of who we are at National Driving and Traffic School. You can help many local charities to make this a better and safer world on and off the road. With every online driver’s education course enrollment, you can choose to donate 10% of the purchase amount to one of these charitable organizations:
DMVEdu.org Scholarship Fund
The DMVEdu.org Scholarship Fund encourages students to volunteer. $1,500 scholarships are given to students doing exemplary volunteer work, actively engaged in making our world a better place.
Glide’s mission to create a radically inclusive, just and loving community mobilized to alleviate suffering and the break the cycles of poverty and marginalization. Their core values are rooted in empowerment, recovery and personal transformation as they feed and clothe the homeless.
1 in 7 people in the United States struggles with hunger. Feeding America works through a national network of member food banks to end hunger in America. They help families in need, operate programs to promote self-sufficiency and educates the public about hunger. Feeding America is an active advocate for legislation that people from going hungry.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving
In our program we teach that drinking and driving don’t mix. Ever. Founded from the tragic death of a child killed by a drunk driver, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), is the nation’s largest nonprofit focused on protecting families from drunk driving, drugged driving and underaged drinking. They help families, victims and survivors through a 24-hour helpline.
One of the largest charities helping those in need across the country. The Salvation Army, based upon the Christian Faith, supports a wide range programs aimed at helping adults, children and the elderly. In addition to their thrift stores, they provides support related to rehabilitation, prison ministries, hunger relief, youth camps and much more.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals
The largest animal rights organization in the world, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) focuses attention on four areas: factory farms, clothing trade, laboratories, and in the entertainment industry.They also work on a variety of issues including the killing of “pests” and cruelty to domesticated animals.
Grid Alternatives believes that the successful transition to clean, renewable energy must include everyone. They are working across the U.S. and Nicaragua to make energy generating technology and job training accessible to underserved communities.
Changing the world one student at a time thru education. KIPP charter schools are nationwide; they are creating a respected, influential and national network of public schools that develop knowledge, skills, character and habits to succeed in college and the competitive world beyond. KIPP helps 70,000 students from educationally underserved communities.