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We’re Gearing Up for Walk Like MADD!

It’s our favorite time of year again – when we get to see our communities come together in support of Walk Like MADD!

Walk Like MADD is Mothers Against Drunk Driving’s (MADD) largest annual fundraising event. Nearly 1,500 people come together in three Colorado cities to raise funds in support of MADD’s mission to end drunk driving – funds that stay in right here in Colorado to help keep our communities safe!

This year’s walks are scheduled for August 5th in Denver, September 9th in Greeley, and September 30th in Colorado Springs.

Walk Like MADD is a day to bring together victims, survivors, volunteers, and community partners to remember those killed, injured, or emotionally devastated by drunk driving; to inspire those who may feel helpless or lost; and to commit to a future of “No More Victims”. The event is a platform for victims and survivors to turn their pain into purpose, but it’s also a day for our community to rally and take a stand against drunk driving – to celebrate al the great work being done to end drunk driving.

This year’s Walk events will include:

  • Victim Tribute Area
  • Memory Mile
  • Kids’ Zone activities
  • Doggie Den
  • Festival vendors
  • Health and Safety Fair
  • Food and Refreshments

and more!

For over 30 years, MADD has helped save lives—but people continue to be killed and injured by this 100% preventable crime. By participating in Walk Like MADD, you help make our Colorado communities safer.

Will you walk with us?

Anyone can join us for the event, either as a walker at the event or as an online virtual walker (in case you’re not able to be at the park with us), and every registered participant will receive a commemorative Walk Like MADD t-shirt. Register online today for a walk near you.


Colorado Springs:

Northern Colorado:

Early registration is only $20. Once you are registered, form a team by bringing together family, friends, and co-workers to raise money and walk together. With every step taken and each dollar raised, we get closer to a day when drunk driving ends and lives don’t.