How We Help

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Supporting Causes Close to Casey's Heart

The Casey Feldman Memorial Foundation was founded in 2009 by Joel Feldman and Dianne Anderson after their 21 year-old daughter, Casey, was killed by a distracted driver. It is a 501 (C) (3) public charity that awards scholarships and gifts in Casey’s memory.

We also work to save lives from distracted driving through our sponsored project, (End Distracted Driving) and support animal welfare, a cause that was close to Casey’s heart.


We're committed to empowering the next generation of philanthropic leaders through meaningful scholarships and grants. To date over 125 scholarships and stipends have been awarded.

Animal Welfare and Community Service

We honor Casey’s legacy through our support of animal welfare and by organizing service activities to inspire volunteerism and good citizenship.

End Distracted Driving

Learn more about our organization focused on saving lives from distracted driving through advocacy, education, and action. Over 500,000 people, in all 50 states and Canada have participated in one of our distracted driving presentations.