Make a difference in your life and theirs . . .

Inspired to give back?

Join MADD’s legacy of extraordinary activists saving lives and preventing injuries since 1980. Whether you’re interested in volunteering a couple times a year or a couple times a week, there is a place for you at Mothers Against Drunk Driving.

Below are ways you can volunteer and help make a future of No More Victims®️ possible:

Advocate for Policy Change

Work to strengthen existing laws and pass new ones. Visit our Advocate page to email your legislators now!


Sign up for Walk Like MADD in your community or as a virtual walker online to help raise mission funds to end drunk driving.

Help Victims and Survivors

Train as a volunteer Victim Advocate, a Help Line volunteer or as a Victim Impact Panel Coordinator to help provide victims and survivors emotional support and opportunities to share their story. Learn more about our victim services here.


Become a trained MADD speaker to empower people to make the lifesaving choice to not drink and drive. Speakers may present to schools, civic groups, clubs and other organizations.


Ensure justice is being served by monitoring alcohol related cases.Visit the Court Monitoring page.


Recognize law enforcement and first responders at shift briefings or sobriety checkpoints to say thanks for keeping our roads safe.

Empower Tomorrow’s Drivers

Inspire youth, train parents or mobilize community activities to prevent underage drinking and reduce alcohol access to youth. Learn more about our underage prevention programs here.

SPREAD Awareness

Promote MADD’s national and local activations in your area by passing out red ribbons for Tie One on For Safety, partnering with a school for Red Ribbon Week, mailing “We Care” cards, or another of the many ways to share MADD’s mission in person or virtually.

LEND A hand

Help set up events, run an information booth, attend community fairs or assist with office support duties.

Advise a Board

Consider a community leadership role by serving on a local advisory board.