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Mission Statement

Forget Me Not Mission is a 501 (c)(3) registered non-profit (EIN: 26-3848831)

We are committed to putting an end to dangerous and impaired driving, serving victims of this violent crime and preventing underage drinking.

We are dedicated to creating and maintaining public education and awareness.  By focusing our attention in this desired direction ("Where attention goes, energy flows.") we will keep the victim's stories and the negative aspects of drunk driving before the public.

We are the Memory Keepers.  By taking measures to prevent drunk driving tragedies from continuing, we remember those who died or were injured at the hands of a drunk driver.

We are committed to:

 Raising funds for the benefit of DUI crash victims.
 Creating memorials and scholarships for DUI crash victims.
 Assisting law enforcement agencies in their efforts to eradicate these violent crimes.
 Encouraging and enhancing community participation by increasing awareness and sensitivity through worthwhile fundraising projects.

Imagine answering the knock on your door one evening and being told by an Alaska State Trooper or Law Enforcement Officer that a member of your family has been killed in an alcohol related crash!

Imagine yourself attending your loved-one's funeral service and then leaving the service without them, knowing you have seen them for the last time!

Now imagine getting involved with a project that will send ripples across Alaska and stir a groundswell of support to stop impaired drivers.

Join Us in fighting the insanity of impaired and dangerous driving:

Donate to Forget Me Not Mission.
Place an ad in our next publication.

Take the Forget Me Not Pledge.
Join us at one of our public awareness events.
Send us your DUI/dangerous/impaired driving story.

Thank you for supporting our efforts to end Dangerous, Distracted and Drunk Driving in Alaska!

Your donation helps us reduce these crashes by educating the public through publications like Soul Shaking Grief and Soul Shaking Grief Teen Edition, and through special events like bringing guest speakers into Alaska's schools to discuss the perils of dangerous driving.

Did You Know?

 In 2008, an estimated 12.4% of persons ages 12 or older drove under the influence of alcohol at least once during the past year.  The rate was highest among persons ages 21-25 (26.1%).  nhtsa

 In 2008, 11,773 people were killed in alcohol-impaired driving crashes, accounting for nearly one third (32%) of all traffic-related deaths in the United States.  nhtsa

 In 2009, 5,474 people were killed in motor vehicle crashes that were reported to have involved distracted driving.  Another 24,000 people were injured in crashes involving cell phones as the distraction.  nhtsa(1) nhtsa(2)