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Triangle Walk Like MADD is May 16th at Knightdale Station Park! Register your team today at walklikemadd.org/triangle....
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Mothers Against Drunk Driving’s Walk Like MADD Charlotte is back!! This year’s event is being held on Sunday October 20, 2019 at Freedom Park. Registration opens at 10:00am and walkers, like you, will leave from the starting line at 11:00am...
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Walk Like MADD Raleigh is almost here! Join MADD North Carolina on June 2nd, 2018 at Lake Benson Park. Onsite registration opens at 8am and the event begins at 9am. With both a timed 5k component for runners and our...
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If there were two words that would best describe Ellen Pitt, the words “Unstoppable Force” comes to mind. Ellen Pitt has been a MADD North Carolina volunteer for over 15 years as a Chapter Leader, Crime Victim Advocate, and Court...
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Words cannot begin to express the gratitude MADD North Carolina has for Ollie Chandler Jeffers. She joined MADD North Carolina in 1998 and has never looked back. For 20 years, Ollie Jeffers has dedicated her life towards making a difference...
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MADD Chapters across North Carolina have been busy working within their communities to spread awareness and supporting our mission partners. Whether it is a dunking booth at a community event or acknowledging law enforcement for their great work, North Carolina...
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The Annual MADD Awards of Excellence was held on April 5, 2018 in Cary, NC at Prestonwood Country Club. MADD awarded law enforcement officers, agencies, prosecutors, etc. for their efforts to not only enforce driving while impaired laws, but also...
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On Sunday, November 13, 2013 at 8:00 in the morning my life was changed forever – I got a phone call from my son, and he was telling me that Casey was gone, and preceded to tell me what happened. ...
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Annie Crawford has been one of MADD North Carolina’s most dedicated volunteers working tirelessly to educate today’s youth about the dangers of underage drinking through the Power of Youth (POY) program. By operating in the capacity of a Power of...
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The MADD North Carolina Interpreter Program is seeking Spanish Interpreters to support MADD programming. If you or someone you know speaks both Spanish and English fluently, we can use your support in Wake, Mecklenburg, and Orange County. Please contact Candice...
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