Positively Good News

 Visit our I Care website too:  www.thehumanityproject.com/icare

Visit our I Care website too: www.thehumanityproject.com/icare

POSTED BY: BOB KNOTTS

We like to think of the Humanity Project as a relentlessly positive nonprofit group. We focus on what we can do to improve things rather than wringing our hands about all the problems in the world.

With that in mind, we think you’ll enjoy the new podcast we posted just this afternoon – a program with lots of good news about our innovative I Care: Just Let Me Drive teen driver safety program. With a new $15,000 grant from State Farm, we’re creating a major expansion of I Care … this time aimed at parents. Research shows that parents greatly influence their kids’ driving habits. So I Care 2.0 will help dads and moms understand this, showing them how to become better role models.

Check out the I Care 2.0 podcast, with two great guests from State Farm. Jose Soto and Melba Ballard talk about what’s new with I Care and how State Farm is helping us bring the program to many more families: Listen to the podcast.

 Melba Ballard and Jose Soto present a big check to the Humanity Project’s Bob Knotts

Melba Ballard and Jose Soto present a big check to the Humanity Project’s Bob Knotts

As always, everyone at the Humanity Project thanks State Farm and our other major I Care sponsor, Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital. We’ll be telling you a lot more about I Care 2.0 when the expanded program is ready to unveil, of course. For now, our new podcast will share with you some of the very good news about I Care.