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The founder and the firebrand of MADD Hawaii is Carol McNamee; she works tirelessly to spread the word about the dangers of driving while impaired. Carol was recently featured on an a segment of KITV’s Aging Well program. Enjoy the interview here....
Candy Lightner, Founder of National MADD, visits Hawaii – Feb. 1984...
A spring 2019 report from Theresa Paulette, MADD Hawaii’s Victim Services Specialist Ed and Paula Werner, their nephew Ron Shimabuku, and others are stepping forward and taking action against impaired driving on the leeward coast, saying, “enough is enough!” The Werners, taking...
The staff and volunteers at MADD Hawaii planned a few special activities to acknowledge the actual day that marked the founding of MADD in Hawaii. Starting the day, in an effort to share gratitude for the myriad of partners they...
The Visitor Aloha Society of Hawaii (VASH), a non-profit agency that assists visitors in crisis, is inviting the community to attend “Hawaii – We Care,” a healing inspirational event for all of the victims of the Kakaako crash on January 28th, and those...
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) celebrated its 35th anniversary in Hawaii today by delivering cupcakes to lawmakers. Joe Moore reports story on the local news here....
MADD’s focus will always be about decreasing driving while drunk, but Carol McNamee says now it’s also adding on the additional, growing problem of driving while drugged. Report by Diane Ako....
Jenn Boneza reports on bills law makers are working on this session. Watch the KHON 2 News Report here.  ...
Link to MADD Hawaii Drugs and Driving web page.  ...
Headway has been made in the effort to reduce drunken driving, but a new and more difficult challenge has emerged for safety advocates. Read Denby Fawcett’s article in Civil Beat here. photo credit: Anthony Quinn/Civil Beat...