The Click It for Cassie Foundation was begun in 2008 to promote teen driving safety. Tom and Anne Geary created the Click It for Cassie Foundation in the memory of their teenage daughter, Cassie, who lost control of her car in bad weather and was killed due to blunt trauma injuries because she wasn’t wearing her seat belt. If she had been, police told her parents, she would have walked away from the accident.
The Click It for Cassie Foundation brings awareness of the importance of wearing seatbelts to drivers, especially teens, as statistics show that motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for people between the ages of 15 and 34.
The Bumper Sticker
The “Click It for Cassie” bumper sticker in the shape of a seatbelt can be seen as an attention getting reminder to slow down the senseless loss of life from not wearing seatbelts. It can be seen on thousands of cars throughout Southwestern Connecticut, and they are working to spread the message around the country.
The Click It for Cassie Softball Tournament
Thank you to everyone that came out to our Annual Click It for Cassie Softball Tournament. It was a huge success! The money raised allows us to continue spreading the Click It for Cassie message about seat belt safety to young people.
For more information about the Softball Tournament, please contact Tom Geary at (203) 515-1058 or to make a donation to the foundation in Cassie’s name, visit www.clickitforcassie.com.