DRiver AWareness (“DRAW”) Challenge

Hosted by: Chaffin Luhana Foundation DRiver AWareness (“DRAW”) Challenge


Ongoing Opportunity


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Virtual Opportunity


Eric Chaffin

About DRiver AWareness (“DRAW”) Challenge

Students (individually or in groups of two), along with an adult mentor, are encouraged to submit a video (up to 90 seconds long) that offers real-world solutions to combat distracted driving, either locally or nationwide.

Submissions will be judged initially by social media voting, and ultimately, by a panel of nationally recognized judges and stakeholders. The winners—the 2015 CLF DRAW Challenge Scholars—will be announced in January 2016.

Students and the general public can learn more about the contest at:

Both participants must be available to travel to Park City, Utah in March 2016, for the honorees dinner. Participants who are not age 18 by February 1, 2016, must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian, whose reasonable travel costs will be covered as part of the prize.

Air travel for this contest is limited to the domestic U.S.

CLF DRAW Scholars will ski the slopes of Deer Valley with five-time Paralympic Medalist Stephani Victor and her Swiss-born husband and ski coach Marcel Kuonen. They will enjoy an exclusive tour with Victor and Kuonen of the Olympic sites in Park City, home to the 2002 Olympic and Paralympic games. This trip will take place March 2016.

Application Process


In order to be considered for the CLF DRAW Challenge, student submissions should include:
● Original and realistic. Engage people in a dialogue about distracted driving, educate them on the issue, or empower them to stop distracted driving.
● Aligned with CLF's core values, including engagement, education or employment consistent with the foundation’s motto of “Doing Good by Doing Right.”
● Implementable for $10,000 or less, or include a feasible means to raise more funds to implement the concept.
● Students are further encouraged to seek out mentors in their communities.
● Contestants can be no older than age 20 by December 31, 2015.


Parents and children are invited and encouraged to get involved.

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