As we move into February, the month of love, let’s not forget those who, day in and day out, are watchful and patient in an effort to help keep us safe – our Law Enforcement heroes. We know, without their...
Throughout the year, MADD offices across the country host candlelight vigils to  honor and remember those killed by the crime of drunk driving. Attendees span all ages and all walks of life – mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, friends, neighbors, coworkers…the...
Last month, one of my first official trips as MADD National President took me to Capitol Hill, where I had the opportunity to stand with our partners at Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety as they released their 2019 Roadmap...
My wonderful twin brother, Scott McGuire, was a Special Agent with Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) in New Orleans. His dreams were shattered the morning of January 15, 2016, when he was on the sidewalk and was hit by a drunk...
Seven Years Ago Feels Like Yesterday What were you doing on December 9th? While many of us were caught up in the hustle of the holiday season, Melissa McNeill was remembering a crash that 7 years ago snuffed out the...
Who was Roberto? Roberto Castillo was known throughout South Florida as a top running competitor. He held age group records for speed and participated in races all over the country. He was a runner, but he took up cycling to...
Eighteen years ago, as our shattered family faced our first Christmas holiday without our 16-year-old daughter, Helen Marie, I could not have imagined introducing myself to you as MADD’s new National President. I came to MADD in the months after...
MADD National President-Elect Helen Witty urges everyone to designate a non-drinking driver this holiday season. Merry Christmas!...
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