OursDid.org is an original initiative of the Zachary Michael Cruz Foundation. The Foundation, established in 2009, supports pedestrian safety awareness, advocacy, and intervention as well as educational and technology giving in memory of 5-year-old Zachary Cruz, who was killed in Berkeley, California in a crosswalk pedestrian-auto crash on February 27th, 2009.
Zachary's Corner is a memorial website dedicated to documenting Zachary's life and preserving his legacy.
OursDid.org's initial campaign, Drive Like Your Kid Died Here, was produced with generous support from Los Angeles Walks, A to Z Families for Safe Streets, and Copy Central (Berkeley, CA) in February 2018.
Los Angeles Walks and So Cal Families for Safe Streets are pedestrian advocacy organizations that make walking safe, accessible, and fun for all Angelenos. They are dedicated to promoting walking and pedestrian infrastructure in Los Angeles, educating Angelenos and local policymakers concerning the rights and needs of pedestrians of all abilities, and fostering the development of safe and vibrant environments for all pedestrians.
San Francisco Bay Area Families for Safe Streets (SFBA FSS) is a volunteer group of individuals who have personally survived a severe traffic crash, or whose loved ones have been killed or seriously injured in a traffic crash. Walk SF, San Francisco's only pedestrian advocacy organization, is proud to support the SFBA FSS group. Together, Walk SF and the SFBA FSS members are committed to preventing these devastating crashes from taking a toll on additional families.
California Walks is a statewide organization of affiliated nonprofit and volunteer groups dedicated to creating healthy, safe, and walkable communities. Their mission is to provide a statewide voice for pedestrians in California.
A to Z Families for Safe Streets is a support organization for parents who have lost their children through motor vehicle violence.
Stop 4 Aidan works with affiliated organizations to increase pedestrian and cyclist safety in memory of 7-year-old Aidan Tam, who was killed in a crosswalk in Pasadena, California on May 31, 2014.