Foundation Spokesperson Discusses Importance of Ending Distracted Driving
Stephani Victor Legacy Award
Each year, the Chaffin Luhana Foundation awards a financial gift to one deserving individual who have overcome significant challenges and achieved great milestones in his or her life or career, or who give back in unique ways to his or her community.
Chaffin-Luhana Outreach Project
The Foundation seeks to develop ongoing enrichment projects in communities to help bring people together, with the goal of creating and presenting at least one new project every five years.
Research and Scholarship Grants
The Foundation awards periodic financial gifts to institutions of higher learning for the purpose of supporting scientific research, and funds educational scholarships to students.
Chaffin Luhana Anti-Distracted Driving Scholarship
One of the Chaffin Luhana Foundation’s missions is to drive down the staggering number of distracted driving accidents in the United States. The Foundation will be awarding nearly $5,000 in scholarships in 2016-17 to students who help us in this fight by submitting an inspiring personal essay. In order to be considered, the applicant must first post the essay or a link to the essay on Facebook, Twitter, or another social media outlet. There are two submission deadlines. One is being offered for a student in Allegheny County, PA and the other is across the country. Make sure to check out the "Scholarship" tab for more information.
end distracted driving
The Chaffin Luhana Foundation is committed to promoting student awareness about the perils of distracted driving and to end distracted driving. “EndDD” was created by Joel Feldman and his wife Dianne who lost their daughter, Casey, to a distracted driver when she was just 21 years old. Chaffin Luhana Partner Eric Chaffin has made several EndDD (end distracted driving) presentations to national organizations and students in the Ohio Valley. Paralympian and Chaffin Luhana Foundation Spokesperson, Stephani Victor, joined Eric to present to students at four separate high schools in the Fall of 2014 to raise awareness and educate teens on this very important issue.