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Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD)

SADD and Waymo Team Up To Make This the Safest Summer Ever for Teen Drivers

The period between Memorial Day and Labor Day, known as the 100 Deadliest Days, is one of the most dangerous times for teen drivers to be on our roads. That's why SADD's national president, Shaina Finkel, and CEO, Rick Birt, recently visited Phoenix to ride with Waymo One and share why they think autonomous vehicles are key to making roads safer.

Partnered with Students Against Destructive Decisions

The Richmond Neighborhood Center

A San Francisco Nonprofit Leader Envisions How Autonomous Driving Could Help Drive Her Organization's Mission

The Richmond Neighborhood Center, a nonprofit in San Francisco, shares how Waymo's fully autonomous vehicles could help scale their food delivery services, connect community, and drive their mission of creating a city where everyone can thrive and live for generations.

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ONE Community is first LGBTQ+ group to join Waymo-led public education campaign

Let’s Talk Autonomous Driving welcomed ONE Community as the newest partner in its Waymo-led national public education campaign to foster dialogue about how fully autonomous driving technology could provide a safe new mobility option and connect communities.

June 3, 2022

Partnered with ONE Community

Waymo Delivers Baby Care Donations to San Francisco Family Resource Centers

Waymo partnered with First 5 San Francisco, a San Francisco county department dedicated to early childhood development, to deliver urgently needed baby care items to local nonprofits helping area families.

May 12, 2022

Epilepsy Foundation of Arizona and Waymo Team up to Raise Awareness About Epilepsy

Approximately 77,000 people in Arizona have epilepsy, one of the most common neurological conditions in the world, according to the Epilepsy Foundation of Arizona. For children like Travis who may or may not be able to get their license one day, Anderson said autonomous driving technology could give them another safe mobility option.

April 19, 2022

Partnered with Epilepsy Foundation of Arizona

Decades After Crash, School Principal Joins Phoenix Children’s and Waymo for Road Safety Advocacy

Phoenix Children’s and Waymo Partner to Raise Awareness About Child Passenger Safety

April 12, 2022

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