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Jeans for the Journey

  • How it Works


    For each $5 contribution, your employees receive a Jeans for the Journey “Casual Day” coupon, allowing them to dress down for one workday. It’s a relaxing and fun way to highlight the importance of safety while raising money for NSC.

    You’ll get recognized for your contributions during National Safety Month in June. And participation is easy; program materials are located below.

    Jeans for the Journey Tool Kit

    Your organization has a commitment to safety. Spread the word and have some fun doing it, all while encouraging your employees to donate to a good cause. Jeans for the Journey, a turnkey program, creates awareness of your organization's pledge to safety – and helps the Council reduce injuries and save lives.

  • Coupons: The linchpin of the program, these coupons are valued at $5 each, with the proceeds benefiting the National Safety Council. The coupon gives the holder the right to dress casual for a day – and must be redeemed upon use. (Have a designated contact “validate” sold coupons with a stamp or initial.)
    Table Tents: Simply print, fold, and tape and they're ready for set-up in cafeterias, break rooms and conference rooms.
    Flyers: Leave these in high-traffic areas like cafeterias and conference rooms.
    Small Posters: At 8-1/2" by 11", these posters are instantly print-ready. Use on bulletin boards, near elevators or in cafeterias. They also fit easily in binders or folders.
    Large Posters: At 11" by 17", these posters are a little larger, but still easily printable. Use for greater impact on bulletin boards and other high-traffic areas.
    Envelope Stuffers: Insert directly into paycheck envelopes as a reminder of the program.
  • Help Us Save a Life

    ​​​With your help, we can educate and change unsafe behaviors. Donate to NSC and become a Friend of Safety today.

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