Kyle David Miller Foundation

The Kyle David Miller Foundation just launched their first ever silent auction! Head over to the KDMF blog to view the items up for bid. We have 2 sets on the "auction block" including 2-D Zoo, Mini Rocker and Sushi bibs.

100% of all proceeds go towards purchasing car seats for low income families. The Kyle David Miller Foundation was founded in December 2006 after the Miller family lost their 3-year-old son Kyle in an autombile accident on May 29th 2005. Kyle was seated in a booster seat and the seat belt failed, ejecting him from the vehicle. The KDMF serves two primary purposes:

1. To educate the public about motor vehicle and car seat safety –primarily the importance of the use of extended harnessing 5-point harness car seats for older toddlers and children.

2. To provide safe 5-point harness car seats to families who otherwise could not afford them

To learn more please visit the KDMF website or click here to learn more about Kyle.

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