Our Mission

Katie DeCubellis was a visionary, mentor and friend. She was killed by a drunk driver. Katie was 13. The Katie DeCubellis Memorial Foundation continues her legacy by promoting youth leadership, supporting education, and generating public awareness of the dangers of drunk driving and substance abuse.

2014 KDMF Road Race

The 15th Annual Road Race will be 8 Jun 2014. On-Line applications will be available soon. Mail in application available in following link: Race Application

2014 KDMF Scholarships

Applications for the KDMF academic scholarships are now available on-line. Please visit the Scholarshipspage for more details.

2014 Writing Contest – The Dangerous Consequences of Distracted Driving

Press Release

Passionate, dramatic and riveting are just some of the words used to describe the works of best selling author, Casey Sherman. The Katie DeCubellis Memorial Foundation is proud to announce Sherman as the celebrity judge for their 2014 annual writing contest. The KDMF is also proud to announce that for the second year AAA Southern New England has joined forces with KDMF as their corporate sponsor.

This year’s topic is about the dangerous consequences of distracted driving. Students are asked to create or recount a story that depicts the dangerous consequences of texting or talking on a cell phone while driving.

The KDMF and AAA Southern New England will present monetary awards to the three top winners and those receiving Honorable Mention. First Place winner receives $1,000. Additionally, professionally created posters with the winners’ names and writing entries will remain on display at the mall during the week following the ceremony.

Chick Here for more information on how to submit your essay!


Fall / Winter 2013 Newsletter

In Memoriam

Thanks to all of you who have donated to the Katie DeCubellis Memorial Foundation in memoriam…

  • Donald Bresnahan
  • Lorraine Lawrence
  • Bruce Liddell
  • Dottie Ryan
  • Joseph Ryan
  • Tom Ryan
  • Claire Vellone

Seeking New Board Members

Interested in supporting the KDMF? Please consider becoming a board member. The KDMF is seeking board members to support various initiatives. There are many areas where your unique talents could be used to benefit this important cause. To find out more contact us at:

Katie DeCubellis Memorial Foundation
P.O. Box 3188
Narragansett, RI 02882

To apply, please fill out the form provided in the link below. Thank you for your consideration.
Board Member Application

Magnet Program

Del’s Supports KDMF

Yard Works Joins KDMF Magnet Program

AAA of Southern New England kicks off 2013 reminding drivers to be responsible with KDMF magnets

Rhode Island State Police kick off the KDMF magnet program
Almedia Plumbing partners with KDMF Munroe Dairy teams up with KDMF

Public Service Announcements

Chris Herren talks about hitting rock bottom Peter Manfredo Jr. packs a powerful punch
URI vs Providence College Public Service Montage