Dedicated to stopping preventable brain injury in children and teens

Dedicated to stopping preventable brain injury in children and teens

It’s a no brainer

Bike helmets avoid traumatic brain injuries and save lives! Protect our kids’ incredible brains by wearing a properly fitted helmet.

The National Committee to Stop Brain Injury Now in conjunction with The Children’s Helmet Initiative and Legislative Defense Fund is a national organization but operates at a grassroots level with the goal of urging enforcement helmet laws designed to protect children.

It’s a no brainer

Bike helmets avoid traumatic brain injuries and save lives! Protect our kids’ incredible brains by wearing a properly fitted helmet.

The National Committee to Stop Brain Injury Now in conjunction with The Children’s Helmet Initiative and Legislative Defense Fund is a national organization but operates at a grassroots level with the goal of urging enforcement helmet laws designed to protect children.

Partner with us in our mission to protect the health of America’s children by becoming a supporting partner with the Children’s Helmet Initiative and Legislative Defense Fund. It’s fast, easy and secure.

We are an approved 501(c)(3) Public Charitable Organization.

Partner with us in our mission to protect the health of America’s children by becoming a supporting partner with the Children’s Helmet Initiative and Legislative Defense Fund. It’s fast, easy and secure.

We are an approved 501(c)(3) Public Charitable Organization.

Code enforcement isn’t enough

Even in localities where protective laws exist code enforcement is variable and often deficient. There are a variety of reasons for this, most notably the fact that even with the most conscientious law enforcement, there are difficulties inherent in enforcing codes relating to children at play, including biking, skateboarding, skiing, and snowboarding.

Code enforcement isn’t enough

Even in localities where protective laws exist code enforcement is variable and often deficient. There are a variety of reasons for this, most notably the fact that even with the most conscientious law enforcement, there are difficulties inherent in enforcing codes relating to children at play, including biking, skateboarding, skiing, and snowboarding.

Stopping brain injury now begins with community involvement and parental safety models.

We invite you to partner with us in our mission to protect the health of America’s children by donating to Children’s Helmet Initiative and Legislative Defense Fund via our GoFundMe page. It’s fast, easy and secure.

All donations to C.H.I.L.D. are 100% tax deductible.
We are an approved 501(c)(3) Public Charitable Organization.

Stopping brain injury now begins with community involvement and parental safety models.

We invite you to partner with us in our mission to protect the health of America’s children by donating to Children’s Helmet Initiative and Legislative Defense Fund via our GoFundMe page. It’s fast, easy and secure.

All donations to C.H.I.L.D. are 100% tax deductible.
We are an approved 501(c)(3) Public Charitable Organization.

Braman Motorcars continues a long tradition of philanthropic commitment aimed at the betterment of our nation by fostering the greater good of our community.

Protecting and Promoting the health of America’s children

We are on a mission to ensure that each and every child who needs a bike safety helmet, receives one totally free-of-charge. Our goal is to stop preventable brain injury now by putting a properly fitted helmet on the precious head of every child in every community across America.

The Children’s Helmet Initiative is a member of the American Trauma Society.

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Jello in a Jar

Marc Dean Kaye

The Children’s Helmet Initiative is led by Boca Raton resident Marc Dean Kaye who serves as the foundation’s Executive Director. An avid long-distance cyclist, Marc has carried the banner for helmet safety for decades, dating back to his professional years spent in emergency medicine and witnessing countless traumatic brain injuries, many largely preventable had a properly fitted helmet been worn.

Davey Jones,

our Helmutt Coordinator

Davey Jones,

our Helmutt Coordinator