Walk Like MADD 2018 – A Banner Year!

Mahalo Nui Loa to all who joined us for a record breaking year! The most walkers ever and the most funds raised! Thank you all so very much. We could not have done it without...

This year’s MADD Law Enforcement Recognition (LER) events, sponsored by Toyota Hawaii (Servco), will feature a new category. County Prosecutors have been invited to submit nominations for members of their staff who go “above and beyond” in their...

On Valentine’s Day 2015 my 17 year old daughter, Phoenix, was killed by an underage drunk and drugged driver.  Phoenix, her friend and the impaired driver died in the fiery crash.  Bystanders tried to pull...

Awarded the prestigious Lemelson-MIT InvenTeams grant, 20 Kealakehe High School students in grades 9-12 are developing a BAC (Blood Alcohol Content) detection system that works within a car to quickly and reliably determine if...

For 28 years, MADD Hawaii has conducted a campaign to caution the public about the increased danger of drinking and driving during the holiday season. This awareness effort has always involved distributing red ribbons to be attached...

On the last day of November 2017, Mothers Against Drunk Driving Hawaii held its annual Candlelight Vigil on the grounds of the historic and beautiful Central Union Church, Atherton Chapel. Often this time of year...

Kaulana Werner, 19 years old, was tragically killed on April 24, 2016, by a speeding, DUI driver, who fled the scene. HPD apprehended the 22-year-old driver about a half-mile from the crash site in...

In June, Karlotta Carvalho and Theresa Paulette visited Molokai to meet with the intermediate and high school teens and parents at Alu Like’s summer program. Jana Sasada, Program Supervisor, was concerned about incidences of underage...