All posts by: saradraper

To Help Fight Drugged Driving. The second part of the MADD mission is the newest. It was officially added in 2015, but we were working with victims of drugged driving long before that day. MADD added the wording to our...
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You are here for a reason, I am guessing it is because you support the work MADD Nebraska does in the community or want to learn more about it. But, how much do you know about the mission that drives...
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MADD Nebraska’s volunteer leadership roles are slightly different than the rest of our volunteer opportunities. This role doesn’t just focus on one area of our mission, it is involved in all of the different areas of the MADD mission. The...
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The MADD Victim Impact Panel is a program unlike any other. It is also a program that could not exist without volunteers. Victim Impact Panels work to shift the perspective of those convicted of impaired driving, helping them to connect...
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Sometimes the little things are the most important. That is how we feel about volunteers who support the MADD Nebraska staff through office work. It may seem like the smallest thing to help with, but the impact you make on...
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All of the volunteer roles at MADD Nebraska are important and make a difference. But, one role, in particular, is vital to the core of who we are as an organization. The Victim Advocate. Victim advocacy is the heart of...
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No More Victims. These words are our driving force here at MADD Nebraska. They are the heart of our mission and the focus of all our work. They are our vision and we know that they will happen. A future...
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he·ro /ˈhirō/ noun a person who is admired or idealized for courage, outstanding achievements, or noble qualities, “a war hero” synonyms: man, champion, man of courage, great man, man of the hour, conquering hero, victor, winner, conqueror, lionheart, warrior, paladin, knight, white hat Here at MADD Nebraska when we read this definition of a...
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LB335 is being heard in the judiciary committee tomorrow and now is your chance to voice your thoughts and help prevent the Nebraska DUI law from being eroded. Mothers Against Drunk Driving Nebraska opposes LB 335 as introduced because it...
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The first month of the year has flown by. Some resolutions have stuck and others have fallen away and some are just waiting for the right opportunity to come along. Here at MADD Nebraska, we think we have the right...
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