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On January 25, 2015, Gilbert Martinez and his wife, Mistele, were driving home from church with their sons, Ethan and Bryson.  A repeat drunk driver jumped the median and hit their vehicle.  Gilbert, Ethan and Bryson were killed.  Mistele was...
On October 26, 1996 Michael’s car broke down on the side of the road.  While he was waiting for a ride from family friends, a repeat drunk driver hit and killed Michael.  Michael was 16 years old.  Michael is gone,...
Juan was full of life and had an ambition of becoming the best mechanic in Denver.  He was determined and driven by his love of cars.  He was a gentle giant, a wonderful son, and playful older brother who was...
The Power of You(th) program empowers youth to make the decision to fight underage drinking and reminds young people not to get in cars with drivers who have been drinking...
Each year at our Walk Like MADD Colorado events, Walk attendees will find a special tribute area at the start of the Walk.  It is a place where victims and survivors, along with their family, friends and community members, can take...
New Mandatory Minimums for Felony DUI go into effect on August 9th Thanks to the advocacy efforts of volunteers and supporters like you, the Colorado General Assembly passed House Bill 1288 unanimously by a vote of 99-0. Rep. Lori Saine, Rep. Mike...
DENVER (June 2, 2017) – On Wednesday, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Colorado presented awards to 21 outstanding individuals and agencies who are making a difference in the community during its annual Law Enforcement Recognition Dinner and Awards Ceremony. MADD...
Walk Like MADD Brings Community Together to Remember Loved Ones, Inspire Change and Commit to Future of No More Victims  MADD Colorado hosts 12th annual signature fundraising event in Denver Denver, Colorado (August 5, 2017) – The Colorado Affiliate of Mothers Against Drunk Driving® (MADD) hosted...
It’s our favorite time of year again – when we get to see our communities come together in support of Walk Like MADD! Walk Like MADD is Mothers Against Drunk Driving’s (MADD) largest annual fundraising event. Nearly 1,500 people come...
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