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We are ramping up our PR about the walk this last two weeks. Mahalo Ashlee and Kurt, MADD Hawaii Advisory Board members, for a most informative 3 minute segment! Click here to watch the segment....
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What is a Virtual Walk? Participants and Teams register and fundraise same as before and on the event day – we walk together virtually. You can walk anywhere and at any time, at your convenience. Go around your neighborhood, the park, the...
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We are so excited to be back to planning our signature fundraising event – Walk Like MADD! This year we will be at a new venue – we’ve outgrown the mall – Kaka’ako Waterfront Park. Save Saturday September 18, 2021...
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When a mother or mother figure loses a child to a drunk driving crash, their entire world is ripped apart. That pain moves them to fight so that no other mothers have to go through that horrible experience. That’s why all month...
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The Maui News Police DUI Task Force officers made 10 arrests for impaired driving while stepping up enforcement during the Super Bowl weekend. Traffic officers held multiple checkpoints starting Friday and screened 296 vehicles, said Lt. William Hankins, commander of...
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HONOLULU (KHON2) — The Honolulu Police Department (HPD) announced that officers will continue to set up impaired driver checkpoints at unannounced times and locations from Friday, Jan. 1, 2021, through Sunday, Feb. 28, 2021. Read more on KHON2 site here....
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Mahalo to the Honolulu Fire Department for their ongoing support of our Annual Red Ribbon Campain. They made this PSA video to help share the message – If You Drink – Don’t Drive and If You Drive – Don’t Drink!...
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MADD Hawaii launched 2020 Tie One On for Safety in partnership with DTRIC Insurance and First Hawaiian Bank. In lieu or our traditional in-person kickoff event in downtown Honolulu, Becker Communications hosted a Virtual Press Conference. Our speakers included leadership for first...
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Great coverage on MPD’s “Saturation Saturday” Sobriety Checkpoints.   The new tow law and sobriety checkpoints have helped reduce alcohol-related fatalities in half on Maui.  Working together with Law Enforcement we can reach MADD’s goal of No More Victims. MADD Kudos...
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