Posts filed under: Walk Like MADD

By LaKeitha Stephens, Jade’s mom   Jade Gabrielle Stephens was a bubbly, outgoing, cheerful little girl who always had something witty to say. Her laugh was infectious, and she had a way of making everyone that she met feel specially...
  • Voices of Victims: Chase Korte
The phone connection kept dropping. By the third time, Pat Korte told his oldest son, Chase, who was driving out to the middle of the California desert to film a few scenes for an independent movie, to just call him back...
I never could imagine how much my life would change in just a matter of seconds. On May 11, 1996 everything was going as planned. My friends and I had decided to go to a concert at which we laughed,...
Learn why our victim survivor Colleen and her team, MADD Hatters, Walk Like MADD: Will you join them? I was hit by a drunk driver on December 10th, 2011. She was 2.5 times the legal limit for Blood Alcohol Content....
We, the partners, attorneys, and staff at Bachus & Schanker, are in awe of the work Mothers Against Drunk Driving does every single day in their efforts to stop drunk driving and to make sure the victims of drunk driving crashes...
What’s a Walk without a t-shirt? Help us celebrate the 10th anniversary of Walk Like MADD and select next year’s official from the three designs below. Vote now!  ...
MADD honors David Weinstein and recognizes his loved ones who began our St. Louis Walk Like MADD. His story will live on. Watch the video:...
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...
Omar Carrion was a happy child who had a great relationship with his extended family. He grew up in Miami, was always a good student and started studying at FIU as soon as he graduated from high school. He had...
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