Monthly Archives: February 2017

As National President of MADD, I have the opportunity to stand and support our law enforcement in all agencies across the country.  One such organization is the National Sheriffs Association, which has dedicated itself to serve the office of the...
Arizonans throughout the state rushed over to Dunkin Donuts on Feb. 28, 2017 to buy a MADD Donut, and support the efforts of the organization in ending drunk driving. Thank you to Dunkin Donuts, and our supporters who picked up...
This is the first in a three-part series by Drunk Driving Victim Erin Rollins: My entire body shook. My closest friends, family and I had waited for this day for months. October 18, 2016 represented two years of waiting. Two...
Will you help MADD deliver a little teddy bear magic? You see, drunk driving crashes are some of the most traumatic events you can experience – and that’s as an adult. For children, it is even more overwhelming and traumatizing....
We brought together volunteers and staff members from across the country for a multi-day Walk Like MADD training session. Walk Like MADD is our signature fundraising event, and it takes place in more than 90 cities across the country. The...
There are no words that can be said or written that can take away the pain. That’s why I feel uneasy writing anything near Valentine’s Day. I realize that my words may never ease the loss that we all feel...
Drunk driving isn’t an adults-only issue. Heartbreakingly, young children are often dragged into this 100 percent preventable crime by the very adults tasked with looking after their wellbeing. In fact, half of the children killed in drunk driving crashes are...
A drunk driving crash is immensely terrifying, life-altering and changes you deeply at the core level. But can you imagine living through the trauma of impaired driving as a child? At MADD, we find the thought horrifying, especially knowing that...
The new year is underway with MADD focusing on Child Endangerment. When people choose to drink and drive and put a child in the car, they need to be held accountable in a way that is commensurate with the crime....
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