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We’ve set the date for the Tie One On for Safety Kick Off event. This event marks the start of our annual holiday campaign to remind Hawaii’s community about the dangers of impaired driving and drivers during the holiday season....
April 2010: MADD kicks off its new underage drinking prevention program, The Power Of Parents (POP)....
March 2003: MADD Hawaii Victim Memorial is unveiled and dedicated at Kaka’ako Waterfront Park. Governor Lingle, former First Lady Vicky Cayetano, National MADD, Wendy Hamilton, MADD Hawaii Founder – Carol McNamee, and victims Gore and Theresa Paulette are speakers....
June 1999: MADD Hawaii celebrates its 15th anniversary with a luncheon at Washington Place, hosted by Governor and Mrs. Cayetano. Island Insurance sponsors event and makes lead gift of $15,000 to begin building a memorial to victims of impaired driving and...
Youth in Action publicizing new Zero Tolerance Law for minors in 1997....
MADD Hawaii advisory board member and and Victim Services Chair Karlotta Carvalho, whose son was killed by a drunk driver, joins the Honolulu Liquor Commission in their campaign against Underage Drinking. See the interview on Hawaii News Now here. For...
Founder Carol McNamee speaking at a media event urging public to call Senate President Wong and Governor for a special legislative session in 1991. Governor Waihee signs Administrative Revocation Law in 1991...
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) – MADD Hawaii is honoring those fighting to save lives by keeping roads in the islands clear of drunk and impaired drivers. Read more here....
Seven Maui Police Department officers and a deputy prosecutor were recognized for their efforts in fighting impaired driving at a ceremony Monday in Kihei. To learn more about the awardees read the article here. Mahalo to the program sponsor –...
With the summer approaching, so is graduation season, wedding season, and more opportunities for young adults to be going out. This morning, Theresa Paulette from MADD Hawaii joined us with tips on how to keep people of all ages safe during...