Posts filed under: Drunk Driving

It started with one walk. And another. And another. In 2008, the signature fundraising event for Mothers Against Drunk Driving® launched with roughly 30 walks taking place that year. Yesterday Immediately, we recognized that we had found a significant and...
Lila Doud’s life was forever changed on December 8, 1983 when her daughter Lori was hit and injured by a drunk driver. The impact on her family and her daughter Lori’s quality of life prompted Lila to spend the next...
Thank you so very much, for your generous donation to Mothers Against Drunk Driving®. We cannot tell you what it means to us — as an organization started by someone who was recognized as a victim, advocate, volunteer and, most...
Holiday party season is here, and it’s decked out in mistletoe, jingle bells and flashing lights! As a Mothers Against Drunk Driving® supporter, you understand the importance of keeping the holly and the jolly in this season by planning to...
  • Ashley Blog
By Theresa Martinez MADD victim, advocate and volunteer   I don’t forgive the driver who killed my beautiful, talented and loving 23-year-old daughter. Maybe I should — some do — but I cannot. In 15 years, he will go before...
  • Thank you!
  So far this month, donors have really stepped up to fight against drunk and drugged driving. Thanks to a match by Nationwide®, the gifts are doing TWICE the good. That means spreading TWICE the hope, healing and help. Thank...
By Theresa Martinez Ashley’s mother MADD drunk driving victim, advocate and volunteer Some days you never, ever forget. For me, one of those days is the one when my Ashley was born…all five pounds of her… three weeks early …...
  • Why We Walk
The 2017 Walk Like MADD season was one of our best years yet. We saw new walks form and more volunteers get involved to raise awareness and mission critical funds. Walk events across the country were filled with moments of...
Together, we raised $29,000 for Giving Tuesday, activating a MATCH from a lead donor and hitting nearly $90,000 total for November! That means you gave more than a cash or check donation. You provided supportive services to victims and survivors...
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