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The memory wall is a living memorial to teens that have died in car crashes. This site provides a place where friends and family can pay tribute, reminisce and share.
The memory wall was created as a memorial for teenage drivers, who suffer a disproportionate number of driving fatalities. Nearly 11 teenagers die in car crashes every day. We’d like to raise awareness of this specific and profound problem. You can register a memorial for people ages 13-19.
Allstate. You can learn about our related efforts to support national Graduated Driver Licensing laws on the Save 11 Facebook page.
We’re doing this at Allstate because we think some of these tragedies are preventable. The problem touches almost every community in the country. We want to reduce or eliminate the more than 4,000 needless driving fatalities that occur among teenagers every year. We created the memory wall to show the magnitude of this issue, but also to bring people together to grieve, commune, and to celebrate young lives.
With a few steps, a parent or legal guardian can create a memorial. You only need some basic biographical info and a photo. Click here, we’ll take you through the easy process step by step.
You can add photos and captions to the memorial of someone you knew. You must be logged in to your account on the site. From the memorial page, click the “add photo“ button or link. Any photos you add will appear on the memorial page beneath the biographical info and main photo. They can also be viewed in a slideshow. Only the person who created the memorial can set and change the main profile photo.
You must be logged in to your account on the site. If you don’t have an account, it’s simple to register here.
If you have a Twitter account you can enter #teenmemorywall in your tweet. The site will read your tweet and display it on the home page of the memorial. This is one way to send a thought without necessarily having to be at the site or in front of a computer.
Click the Facebook share button to post to your Facebook wall. Also, you can sign into the memory wall with Facebook and skip the registration form.
Any visitor to this site may sign a guestbook. Each memorial has their own dedicated guestbook for family, friends and visitors. Simply type in your first and last name and click “sign”.
Much of the content on this site is generated by its users. Although the site is monitored, we allow people to upload photos and comments freely. If you see inappropriate content, please notify us by clicking the tab, found at the bottom of any page, that says “report inappropriate content”. Flagged content will be addressed within 1 business day. You can also contact the Teen Memory Wall team directly through the Site Feedback form.
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