Kailee Mills Foundation reaches thousands of students with seat belt safety programs; announces fundraising golf tournament

By: Woodlands Online Staff
| Published 05/08/2024


THE WOODLANDS, TX – The Kailee Mills Foundation – a locally based nonprofit organization with a global reach that educates people about the importance of seat belt safety – recently announced a full month of programs. In April, the organization conducted six comprehensive seat belt safety school programs in five cities. These four-part programs combined education and awareness and had a total estimated reach of 75,187 people.

Two local schools were recipients of the program. At Klein Oak High School, following the presentation, 99 percent of students stated that they were committed to wearing their seat belts consistently. This marks a remarkable 9 percent improvement from the beginning of the presentation. At Klein Cain High School, following the presentation, organizers saw a 29 percent improvement in students committed to keeping their seat belts on at all times.

Additionally, Kailee Mills Foundation’s 5th Annual ‘Drive to Save Lives’ Golf Tournament, will be held at The Clubs of Kingwood on Monday, May 20, 2024. The tournament, presented by The Law Office of D’Ann Hinkle and Planet Ford, is already 90 percent booked but still has slots open for individual players and sponsorships. More information can be found at

To date, the Kailee Mills Foundation has reached approximately 500 million people with seat belt safety awareness, provided $436,000 in Family Assistance, helping 94 families, awarded $190,950 in scholarships, and provided more than $25,000 in First Responder Appreciation. More than 90 percent of incoming funds goes to programmatic support.

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