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We are extremely sad to report that MADD was forced to restructure nationally due to the financial impact of COVID 19. With this came difficult decisions, and unfortunately, the MADD VA Program Director position was one of those eliminated. Chris Konschak...
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In early-mid May 2020, MADD Virginia hosted its first virtual art contest to promote partnership with communities across the state to help us spread awareness to end drunk and drugged driving. Thank you to everyone who entered! Your art was...
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Check out the puzzles and games in this Power of Youth Activity Book for Middle and High School Aged Youth! Learn more by downloading the MADD’s Power of Youth Teen booklet at: https://powerofyouth.com/....
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The date is fast approaching for our first ever Virtual Walk Like MADD Richmond! Though this year, due to the global pandemic, we are not having the actual gather-and-Walk-together as we have in the past, you can still register, build...
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Virginia General Assembly 2020 The following are bills related to impaired driving that will become law as soon as the Governor signs off on them. The date they officially become law varies between July 1, 2020 to July 1, 2021....
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Legislative Update As of the writing of this, February 27, 2020, the following are bills that MADD Virginia has followed during the State Legislative Session. As of writing, we are particularly concerned about SB 489. Clicking on the bill number...
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In case you haven’t heard, the VA ABC has partnered up with MADD VA to provide FREE Power of Parents handbooks! See the flyer below, and see the information on the VA ABC website here....
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MADD AROUND VA December 2019 Volunteer Greg Estep spoke about the crash that killed his son Thomas at the Tie One On For Safety Press Conference in Roanoke.   At the kickoff Tie One On For Safety press conference held...
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