Tuesday November 27th is #GivingTuesday. Facebook has teamed up with Paypal to DOUBLE any donations made to non-profits, up to 7 million dollars. Go to Jason’s Giving Tuesday fundraiser now to double your donation! Accident Scene Management is a 501(c)3 non-profit and we receive no government funding. Any donation made to us is tax deductible. We are a grassroots organization that has been fully funded and supported by motorcyclists like yourself!

ASM was founded in 1996 and is the only accredited Motorcycle Trauma Training Organization in the USA. Since 1996 we have trained over 30,000 students to know what to do at the scene of a crash before professional help arrives, with over 100 Instructors located across the US and several other countries.

So why do we need your help? Since ASM does not receive any government grants we truly rely on the help of our fellow motorcyclists who want to make a difference and know the value of having someone trained to know what to do at the scene of a motorcycle accident.


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Tuesday November 27th is #GivingTuesday. Facebook has teamed up with Paypal to DOUBLE any donations made to non-profits, up to 7 million dollars. Go to Jason’s Giving Tuesday fundraiser now to double your donation! Accident Scene Management is a 501(c)3 non-profit and we receive no government funding. Any donation made to us is tax deductible. We are a grassroots organization that has been fully funded and supported by motorcyclists like yourself!

ASM was founded in 1996 and is the only accredited Motorcycle Trauma Training Organization in the USA. Since 1996 we have trained over 30,000 students to know what to do at the scene of a crash before professional help arrives, with over 100 Instructors located across the US and several other countries.

So why do we need your help? Since ASM does not receive any government grants we truly rely on the help of our fellow motorcyclists who want to make a difference and know the value of having someone trained to know what to do at the scene of a motorcycle accident.