Statement: Driving drunk with a child passenger in a vehicle is a form of child abuse. Every child deserves a designated driver The Case: Two people were arrested in an alleged drunk driving crash after a minivan with eight children...
As part of our recognition of National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, we broadcast Jan. 9th with a drunk driving victim from Virginia who shared her account of how law enforcement impacted her crash and recovery. Watch her video be low....
By Colleen Sheehey-Church National President Mothers Against Drunk Driving Each day, we share the road with more than 300,000 impaired drivers in the United States for driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs with only 4,000 arrests made each...
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...
By Colleen Sheehey-Church National President MADD I closed out 2017 by ringing the New York Stock Exchange bell, a tremendous honor and one I where I was proud to represent Mothers Against Drunk Driving®. It felt like the entire stock...
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...
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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...
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