Undriving launches new website!
Undriving is moving forward into the world – please visit our new website at Undriving.org for all the latest news. You can now order a custom Undriver License online – so if you’ve been wanting to get one, or have friends who do, check it out. Undriver Licenses also make a great gift! You can also join us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.
Jeffrey Kipper and Fulvio Casali were the ace technical experts responsible for launching the site, Nicole Fallat was responsible for the social-media links, and Nova Askue, Cindy Butler, and Jenny Heins helped in many ways.
Undriving is on the move!
This great concept that was born within Sustainable Ballard has grown into a free-standing non-profit organization with its own board of directors, about to file for 501(c)(3) status (also many thanks to Urban Sparks for fiscal sponsorship since 2008). One big focus: we are working on developing a toolkit for other organizations to carry out this program.
The highly popular Undriver Licensing Station will be at six events in April, May and June – three schools including Ballard High School, ArtsWalk in Olympia with Intercity Transit, and Seattle Green Festival June 5-6. We’ll also be at American Medical Response’s annual company picnic – if your company is looking for an engaging activity for employees and families, please inquire.
Undriving Stories Project
Undriving is honored to have received a grant from 4Culture, as part of the aLIVe program – a Low Impact Vehicle Exploration. In partnership with our friends at the UW Master of Communication in Digital Media program (MCDM), we will be producing six video stories featuring Undrivers and their discoveries. If you are interested in having your Undriving story featured, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.