MADD helps survivors survive. We’re a hand to hold, an ear to listen, and a shoulder to lean on. MADD helps drunk and drugged driving victims with emotional support, especially during the Holiday Season. The Candlelight Vigil serves as an event that memorializes and honors victims as innocent people who were killed or injured needlessly. Families get involved with MADD as part of their healing journey to help prevent tragedies from striking others. The vigil reminds the general public that no one is immune to the completely non-discriminatory person who chooses to drink, then drive.

 

MADD RI’s annual vigil of Hope and Remembrance that serves to put faces of people who have been loved to numbers in RI’s ongoing challenges with drunk and drugged driving.

                        This is the 15th year that a Rhode Island high school hosts the event.

Join us on December 6 from 7-9 p.m. at The Prout School located at 4640 Tower Hill Road, Wakefield, RI 02879