By Colleen Sheehey-Church National President MADD I closed out 2017 by ringing the New York Stock Exchange bell, a tremendous honor and one I where I was proud to represent Mothers Against Drunk Driving®. It felt like the entire stock exchange was turned red to recognize MADD and the victims and survivors we support. Watch… Continue reading National President shares plans for 2018
MADD’s updated response: We will continue to stand with the Evans family as they face a life without their mother, wife, and sister. Update 10/20: Charges were upgraded against the woman who killed a California woman and mother of six. Originally charged with misdemeanor DUI, the alleged offender know faces vehicular manslaughter and driving under the… Continue reading NEWS ALERT: Tragedy follows miracle
MADD’s updated response: We will continue to stand with the Evans family as they face a life without their mother, wife, and sister. Update 10/20: Charges were upgraded against the woman who killed a California woman and mother of six. Originally charged with misdemeanor DUI, the alleged offender know faces vehicular manslaughter and driving under the… Continue reading Katie Evans
The phone connection kept dropping. By the third time, Pat Korte told his oldest son, Chase, who was driving out to the middle of the California desert to film a few scenes for an independent movie, to just call him back after he wrapped up the shoot. At the end of an early February day in… Continue reading Rising, young Hollywood star achieves fame more than a decade after his death
Heartiest congratulations to our MADD Hero, National Law Enforcement Initiatives Manager Ron Replogle, for receiving the esteemed Martha Irwin Award for Lifetime Achievement in Highway Safety, Law Enforcement Category at the 2017 The American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators (AAMVA) Annual International Conference in San Francisco, California, on August 23, 2017. This award is presented to… Continue reading Congratulations to MADD’s own Ron Replogle
In light of two recent live streamed crashes by alleged drunk drivers, one in California and then in Pennsylvania that resulted in deaths and injuries, Mothers Against Drunk Driving® (MADD) launched a petition from August 1 to August 31 asking Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to adopt a policy against posting images, videos and other content that brag about drunk driving. The petition went live at www.madd.org/drunkdrivinggoesviral.
By Delia Foster The spring of 2016 bloomed with promise. My husband and I were the proud parents of five grown children who had found their way in the world. Our youngest daughter, …
State Legislators Recognized for Efforts to Advance MADD’s Mission 09/22/2016 Contact Information [email protected] WASHINGTON, D.C. (September 22, 2016) — Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) today announces its “2016 Legislators of the Year” to recognize standout legislators who share MADD’s mission of eliminating the 100 percent preventable crime of drunk driving. “MADD is proud to work… Continue reading Mothers Against Drunk Driving Announces 2016 Legislators of the Year
The MADD National Office moves from California to Texas to be located in the middle of the country and near a good airport. At the office grand opening in Hurst of September 1983, then-Democratic House Majority Leader Jim Wright attended and announced his support of the 21 Minimum Drinking Age Act. Later the National Office… Continue reading MADD National Office
MADD holds its first candlelight vigil in California, which catches fire among chapters nationwide to honor victims. Culturally vigils have been and continue to be an important way to visually show the impact of drunk driving and provide victims an opportunity to gather and connect.