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MADD Nebraska has released the 2021 Victim Impact Panel Schedule. These panels are held across the state to connect those sentenced with the importance of the MADD mission and the real reason to never drive impaired by sharing the stories...
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2020 has been a year like no other, so we figured it was the best time to do something like nothing we have ever done before. We would like to create our first ever local virtual victim vigil. To take...
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Each year MADD kicks off the holiday season with our Tie One on For Safety Campaign. Our annual effort to join together with our communities and remember to drive safe, sober and buckled up throughout the holiday season, Thanksgiving to...
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Halloween may be filled with skeletons, ghosts and goblins, but those should be where the fright stops this Halloween. Impaired driving over the Halloween holiday makes our roads dangerous and scary. There are many ways we can help to make...
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To both ensure a great event and the health and safety of everyone involved we have created a hybrid event that will be mostly virtual with a chance for participants to drive-through an interactive event site. Here are all the...
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We are looking forward to being back in-person with you all at MADD Victim Impact Panels. With this return to in-person meetings comes new rules to follow to keep both you and our MADD Staff and Volunteers safe, as well...
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The 2020 MADD Heroes have been decided and we are so excited to share them with you! While we would normally be preparing for a big awards ceremony to do this for them, this year things look a little different....
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It seems to be the new normal. Doing everything from the comfort of your own home. Because we need to in order to protect our community. But, we still want to make a difference. We still need to change the...
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Picture Yourself. One knock on the door, one phone call, one moment that changes everything. Picture Yourself answering the door, getting that call, having your life changed by impaired driving. Then picture yourself, sitting in a courtroom, hearing all the...
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We are still here. While MADD Nebraska may be keeping our social distance, just like everyone else right now, we still want to connect with you and continue to offer all of the services MADD has, even if they look...
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