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MADD aka is Mothers against drunk driving. This organization is for support those affected by drunk driving, prevent underage drinking, and strive for stricter impaired driving policy.

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Mothers Against


 Drunk Driving


“To aid the victims of crimes performed by individuals driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, to aid the families of such victims and to increase public awareness of the problem of drinking and drugged driving." 


MADD is a non-profit organization created on Septemeber 5th 1980 by a mother who's daughter was struck by a drunk driver.  It is there to support victims and survivors with drunk driving, drugged driving, underage drinking, and etc.   


Mission Statement

Laws they Helped Influence or Pass

As mentioned before MADD worked with president Ronald Reagan in July 17 1984, to make the legal drinking age 21 years old the national drinking limit. In 1995 is when they helped pass Zero Tolerance where no one under 21 can have no alcohol in there system why driving. By 2004 they were finally able to make it illegal to have more than .08 percent alcohol in your system.

Since 1980 MADD has been doing what it can to save as many lives and high/drunk  drivers behind bars as they can. In the earlier stages MADD started picking up at a quick rate across the nation volunteers were grabbing picket signs and started marching with the masses in front of state capitals. In 1984 just four years after the organization was started it even caught the eye of the president of the time. The movement isn't just motivating mothers and fathers but also teenagers to make sure they don't drink underage or ever get in a car that is being driven by a person who's been drinking. MADD has saved numerous lives through out the years just 2016 alone they saved around 330,000 lives.


History Of MADD

To start with you can being witha simple task like emailing your legislators to help strengthen passed laws or help pass new ones. You can help get the word out by passing out the Tie on for safetyribbons to help encourage people not to drink annd drive. If you really wanna help you can join to speak publicly with the Speakers Bureau at clubs, schools, and other agencys. Along with everything that is listed here please visit our website to see the other great things you can do to help the movement.

 We'll always be MADD until this issue is taken care of so please spread the word to save lives young and old. Thank you for your time

What You Can Do to Help MADD