Posts filed under: Volunteers

We are excited to announce that Sgt. Vincent Turocy of the Tennessee Highway Patrol has been named the MADD National Officer of the Month for October 2020! We surprised him with a presentation of the award on Thursday, October 15. ...
  • Victim Story Request for Law Enforcment Roll Call Video Project web version
Under our existing National NHTSA grant, MADD will be producing a Law Enforcement Roll Call Video encouraging officers to remove impaired drivers from our roadways through strong enforcement. MADD knows that it is victims’ stories and the speakers sharing them...
“I remember kneeling in front of Junior’s casket, promising him no one will ever forget how or why he died.  MADD has allowed me to keep that promise.” Dell Russell-Wallace, March 20, 2017   And for 23 years, Dell fulfilled...
  • 2019 First place team Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints web version
MADD Upper Cumberland held its 21st Annual Men’s Church Softball Tournament on July 20, 2019, at the Cane Creek SportsPlex in Cookeville, Tennessee.  There were seven teams participating for a day of fun and fellowship while raising money and public...
  • VATI training cover sheet cropped web size
Seventeen MADD Tennessee volunteers and staff were trained at the Tennessee Victim Assistance Training Institute (VATI) held in Nashville, TN, June 12 & 13, 2019.  The training was meant to provide them with a foundation of knowledge and advocacy tools...
This year’s recipients of the Dustin Ledford Memorial Scholarship have been announced and were awarded earlier this month. Each year, Danny and Kim Ledford award scholarships to two winners from Cleveland High School, two from Walker Valley High School, and...
  • DOUBLE YOUR DONATION web version
Many companies have matching gift programs which means if an employee donates money to a charity, the company will make a donation in the same amount to that same charity.  If you have registered to participate in one of our...
  • Your-story-matters
Do you have a story about how you or your family have been impacted by an impaired driver or an underage drinking incident?  Did you know that MADD Victim Impact Panels can provide a positive healing experience to victims and...
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The MADD Upper Cumberland Chapter in Cookeville, Tennessee, held their 19th Annual Men’s Church Softball Tournament on June 10, 2017, raising over $400 to  benefit Mothers Against Drunk Driving.  The event, held at the Cane Creek SportsPlex in Cookeville, hosted...
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They came from Middle or East Tennessee.  Some people have even shown up from Kentucky.  Members of church baseball leagues from across the state have been streaming to our town for the annual MADD Upper Cumberland Church Softball Tournament for...