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.