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Liberty Mutual is Honoring Teens Who are Making a Difference, by Alison Rhodes, The Safety Mom

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We are constantly reading in the paper about teens who are getting in trouble but there are hundreds that are also doing incredible things in the community. Great kids who have their act together and, in small and large ways, are making a positive difference in this world.

I’m so excited that Liberty Mutual is actually honoring these young men and women. They are inviting teens who are making a difference in their communities to share their stories on The Responsibility Project web site. Based on their submissions, five teens will be selected by a panel of judges. Each winner will receive a $500 donation to give to a nonprofit organization of their choice.

The contest is one component of Liberty Mutual’s Responsibility Project, an online community which uses entertaining and informative content to spark discussion on what it means to “do the right thing.”

If you know a teen that is making a difference, encourage him to enter. The deadline is August 31st so hurry. And I will be having the top 3 entrants on my radio show, Keeping It Together With Alison, The Safety Mom, in the coming months!

Alison Rhodes is the founder of Safety Mom Enterprises and Safety Mom Solutions, the premier baby proofing and child safety company in the New York, New Jersey and Connecticut area. Alison is a family safety expert, TV personality and consultant.

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