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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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Dori Slosberg Foundation News

National Teen Driver Safety Week Kicks Off

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PALM BEACH COUNTY — National Teen Driver Safety Week kicked off on Sunday and organizations like the Dori Slosberg Foundation want to make sure parents are prepared when it comes to their teen’s driving.

Tara Kirschner with the Dori Slosberg Foundation says parents need to lead by example.


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Dori Saves Lives Hosts First Ever Middle School Assembly at Samuel S. Gaines Academy

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Our namesake, Dori Slosberg, was just 14 years old, when she was killed in a high-speed car crash in which there were too many passengers and most were unbelted. For the first time, the Dori Slosberg Foundation was able to target a younger group of at-risk drivers and passengers who were Dori’s age. We traveled up the Treasure Coast yesterday for a safety assembly at Samuel S. Gaines Middle School in Port. St. Lucie.


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