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Safe Rides offers free and anonymous rides home for teenagers who can’t find an alternative on weekend nights.Learn About Us
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Safe Rides must raise an additional $30,000 if it wishes to operate through the remainder of the 2016-17 school year.Learn About Event
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You may easily reserve your spot at the Save Safe Rides fundraiser online, through this link.Reserve Your Seat

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Safe rides to save lives

The Greenwich First Selectman’s Youth Commission (FSYC), with the assistance of First Selectman Mr. Peter Tesei and Greenwich Youth Services Coordinator Ms. Jennifer Byxbee, is developing a plan to reestablish Safe Rides in Greenwich. The FSYC includes teenagers from Greenwich High School, Greenwich Academy, the Brunswick School and Convent of the Sacred Heart who collaborate to improve the … Continue reading Safe rides to save lives

Safe Rides at Risk without Funding From Greenwich; Uber is Not the Solution

The Board of Estimation and Taxation (BET)  declined funds for the Safe Rides program on Wednesday, making it questionable whether the program will operate during the 2016-2017 year. The program had requested $18,000 which would cover about half its costs. From September to December 2016 Safe Rides provided 400 rides to over 900 kids. In … Continue reading Safe Rides at Risk without Funding From Greenwich; Uber is Not the Solution

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