ABOUT CASEY FELDMAN
April 6, 1988 - July 17, 2009
Casey Feldman, 21, of Springfield, a senior at Fordham University and an award-winning student journalist, died July 17, 2009 after being hit as a pedestrian.
View the 14 minute video, "Remembering Casey":
After listening to all of casey s accomplishments I was struck by how much she had accomplished in her 21 years and said to myself. What am I waiting for?
Efforts to End Distracted Driving
Casey Featured on DOT "Faces of Distracted Driving"
A video on the United States Department of Transportation website featuring friends and family of Casey and how they have been moved to help bring an end to distracted driving.
Foundation Launches International Campaign to End Distracted Driving Deaths Among Students
Joel Feldman and The Casey Feldman Foundation have amassed over 800 trial lawyers, judges and traffic safety professionals to give distracted driving presentations in all 50 states and 9 provinces in Canada for National Distracted Driving Awareness Month in April.
Casey Feldman Foundation Partners with NOYS for Second Annual YOUTH-Turn Contest
YOUTH-Turn, a program of National Organizations for Youth Safety sponsored by the Casey Feldman Memorial Foundation and supported by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, is inspiring young people to a turn traffic adversity into action with its annual Youth-Turn It Around Awards. Deadline for registration is April 17, 2012.
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Recent Updates From The Casey Feldman Memorial Foundation :
Happy Holidays; 2013 Year in Review
The Casey Feldman Foundation thanks each and every one of you for your support as we highlight some of our accomplishments in 2013. We have awarded 16 scholarships [...]
Join Us: July 17, 2013, Day of Service at Magee Rehabilitation Hospital on Casey’s 4th “Angelversary”
This year’s day of service for Casey Feldman’s fourth “Angelversary” will take place at Magee Rehabilitation Hospital, 1513 Race Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. It [...]
Casey Feldman’s Parents Receive Courageous Advocacy Award in Massachusetts
In creating the Casey Feldman Foundation and EndDD.org and bringing their "End Distracted Driving" (EndDD) message to the public throughout the country, Joel Feldman and Dianne Anderson "have given their daughter a powerful and important legacy," the Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys (MATA) concluded, recently awarding the couple the group’s 2013 Courageous Advocacy Award [....]
Contributing to the Casey Feldman Memorial Foundation
The Casey Feldman Memorial Foundation's mission is to provide financial support to individuals, groups, and institutions whose interests and goals align with those of Casey. The Foundation will support charitable, educational and literary pursuits and encourage volunteerism and good citizenship.