Thank you for helping us get the word out about the dangers of Kids and ATVs. There are many ways to begin raising awareness in your state, we've outlined some options below to help you get started.

Write to Elected Officials:
Please write to your elected officials and ask them to protect children from the dangers of ATVs by enacting common sense safety standards that ban child riders under age 16 on public lands.

 To contact your local official, go to: Congress   |   Senate

 Download a sample letter:   Word   |   PDF

Start Your Own Campaign:
For your convenience, we have created various educational materials you may use to start your own campaign and begin raising awareness on the dangers of Children and ATVs. These items include posters (small and large size), trifold brochure, stickers, and a how to get started letter. If you're interested in receiving these materials, please contact us.

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In addition, to help you get started, we've put together these useful resources:

• How to get started letter: Download PDF

 Read sample literature to help you start your campaign:   Sample 1   |   Sample 2   |   Sample 3  |   Sample 4

Make a Donation:
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