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Please enjoy our Spring 2020 newsletter at this link. MADD Hawaii Spring 2020 Newsletter This newsletter features all the programs and activities MADD Hawaii accomplished in 2019 as we celebrated our 35th Anniversary....
Although we are in an unprecedented time with the coronavirus and the rapidly changing information and situations, you can rely on one steadfast unwavering fact: MADD Hawaii’s fight against impaired driving and support for our victims will never stop. In...
Arkie Koehl, a dedicated MADD Hawaii Advisory Board member, is the chair of Impaired Driving Emphasis Area Working Group for Hawaii’s 2019 – 2024 Strategic Highway Safety Plan, a NHTSA-mandated five year plan for every state. You may view the...
WAILUKU — When traffic officers begin using electronic search warrants to draw blood from suspected impaired drivers this weekend, police expect to more quickly obtain key evidence in DUI crashes and arrests. Link to Maui News article Photo Caption: Police...
Join us as we close our our 35th Anniversary Year Celebrations with a recap of the anniversary year, a talk by Clare Connors, the Hawaii State Attorney General and recognition of a few of MADD Hawaii’s strongest supporters. Ms. Connors...
Advisory Board members Carol McNamee, Lori Harrison, Karlotta Carvalho, Molly Strode, and Marilyn Katzman. Bob Harrison also joined them on the walk....
HONOLULU (KHON2) — As the holiday celebrations continue, Mother’s Against Drunk Driving (MADD) wants to remind everyone about the dangers of impaired driving. They said holidays are one of the most dangerous times on the roads. As people get ready...
January 2017: Start of strong support and partnership with Leeward Oahu (Westside) victim families – including working on a Legislative measure to strengthen the negligent homicide statutes when the defendant has failed to render aid....
On Nov. 14, 2019 in Tamarind Park MADD Hawaii and its sponsors and partners launched the 2019 Red Ribbon Campaign. As part of its Tie One On for Safety campaign, MADD volunteers passed out their traditional red ribbons for attendees to...