SPREAD THE WORD
Can't spend a dime?
Then, spend some time... helping us to save lives..
Encouraging young drivers to be safe requires many willing hands, hearts and funds. We've got many successes under our (seat)belt, but we need more help, and that's where you come in.
Volunteer at the annual Wall-Bop golf tournament, register as a golfer, sponsor the event, or all three! But don't stop there... you can do so much more. Contact us to learn more about opportunities and ideas for donating, fundraising, hosting events, campaigning, and involving your school or company.
YOU can help us
through educating young drivers
to be SAFE
SAVE THE DATE!
July 15, 2017
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We support programs for young drivers that focus on the importance of making good decisions and safe driving habits.
The National Safety Council's Alive at 25 program has been a major recipient of funds from the foundation to date. This educational program focuses on the attitudes and behaviors that affect young drivers, and prepares them to recognize and deal with dangerous driving habits and situations.
We support educational programs for young drivers
to prevent other families from experiencing the pain and grief we have
faced since the loss of our 20 year old sons.
Make a single or monthly donation directly from your bank account, credit card, or Paypal.
The Wall-Bop Golf Tournament is both a way to celebrate “Paul-Wall” and “B-Bop”, as Paul and Brandon were affectionately known to their friends, and a way to raise funds for the Foundation formed in their memories.
The Brandon & Paul Foundation was formed in 2007 by the families of Brandon Nichols and Paul Ondrish
The mission of the Brandon & Paul Foundation is to support educational programs for young drivers that focus on the importance of making good decisions and safe driving habits.
Encouraging Young Drivers To Be Safe
Paul and Brandon were killed in a one-car accident on High Grade Road in Jefferson County, Colorado on July 13, 2006. The boys were not wearing their seat belts at the time of the crash. Three other boys, who were in the back seat and wearing seat belts, survived with minor injuries.