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Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) staff and volunteers across the country are teaming up with law enforcement to promote safe boating and educate the community about the dangers of operating a boat or watercraft while impaired by alcohol or other...
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REGISTER NOW! at www.walklikemadd.org/hawaii We are so excited to be walking in person this year and we’re back at one of Honolulu’s favorite parks – Kaka’ako Waterfront Park! Join us on Saturday September 17, 2022. Walker check in begins at...
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In honor of Law Enforcement Officers in Hawaii we are joining the nation celebrating National Police Week by Lighting Hawaii Blue. During Police Week, May 15-21, 2022, we are asking our community to Light Hawaii Blue to show respect and...
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Bentley’s Law is an initiative led by Missouri resident Cecilia Williams and named for her grandson, Bentley, whose parents Lacey Newton and Cordell Williams and their 4-month-old son, Cordell Shawn Michael Williams, were killed in an alleged drunk driving crash. First...
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As we wrap up Volunteer Appreciation Month we’d like to take a moment to thank and acknowledge our dedicated MADD Advisory Board. We navigagted a few challangeing years yet they remained upbeat, passionate and dedicated to the work of creating...
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A week before Christmas in 2020, Azalia Park and her friends were driving to see the holiday lights at Aloha Stadium and celebrate the season. A day after Christmas, Azalia’s mother Chanda and about 75 other family and friends were grieving...
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Thursday, 4/28, 7:30-8:30 pm, PBS INSIGHTS will host a panel of four to discuss impaired driving and .05: Alex Otte, a victim/survivor and MADD’s National President (via Zoom from Washington, DC) Richard Berman, Executive Director of the American Beverage Institute...
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Proclamation Ceremony – Monday April 25, 2022 – 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. The Proclamation Ceremony will feature proclamations in support of victim/survivors and speeches from state and local representatives, victim service agencies, and survivors highlighting the 2022 theme of...
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“Plan for your non-drinking driver, whether it’s rideshare, a friend or public transportation, at the same time you’re deciding where to celebrate,” said MADD Hawaii’s Victim Services Specialist, Theresa Paulette. “We want everyone to have a good time. We also...
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Aloha! We just completed the newsletter that recaps our activities for 2021. We remained busy in spite of it being a COVID-19 year! Please enjoy. You may view the newsletter by clicking on the red link or download it to...
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