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In 2011, 15 percent of all drivers involved in fatal crashes during the week were drunk, compared to 31 percent on weekends.
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By Guest Blogger | September 18, 2014

Hello, my name is Sarah Haiken and I am a 15 year old Junior from New York. While getting back into my school routine, the nerves of being accepted have arrived. I am often anxious that my strict views on underage drinking will cause my peers to make me an outcast.

   

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Walk with Us to End Drunk Driving

Take up the fight against drunk driving by joining us for the Denver Walk Like MADD 5K walk on Saturday, August 2nd. Each step you take can help put an end to this 100% preventable crime.

Since MADD was founded in 1980, the number of drunk driving deaths has been cut almost in half. It’s a good start, but there is still work to be done. 

In 2012, 133 people were killed in drunk driving crashes in Colorado. Nationwide, 10,322 people were killed and approximately 345,000 were injured by drunk driving.These aren’t just numbers. These are daughters and sons. Friends and family. Rich histories – with no future.

We cannot erase our tragedy. But we can put an end to drunk driving.

 

 

 

Thank you for helping us recognize those who keep our Colorado communities safe!

MADD Colorado held its annual Law Enforcement Recognition on June 11 at Mile High Station in Denver. The event was a great success with law enforcement and guests attending from across the state.

MADD recognized 20 individuals and agencies and 11 legislative champions for work they do vital helping MADD achieve its mission. Thank you!

Click here to see a list of the award recipients.

 

Trooper Jerry Sharp of the Colorado State Patrol (Greeley), receives the

Col. Mark V. Trostel Law Enforcement Officer of the Year Award.

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Help a Victim be Heard. 
Advocate for Change.

Volunteers are the heart and soul of MADD Colorado.

It is their compassion and determination that drives the organization and it is their tireless efforts that have accomplished so much. Join these ordinary citizens who have become extraordinary activists in saving lives.

Whether you’re interested in volunteering a couple of times a year or a couple of times a week, there’s a place for you at MADD Colorado. And we have a wide variety of opportunities to match your interests and expertise.

CLICK HERE TO VOLUNTEER IN COLORADO!

 

 

 

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