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Each year MADD Canada offers our services to 20,000 victims and survivors across Canada.

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MADD Canada does actively solicit for donations by telephone including texts and direct mail campaigns. This is an important source of funding for MADD Canada. Funds raised through the mail and phone programs support national programs and local Chapter community efforts/programs. If you have questions about the mail and phone programs, please contact MADD Canada toll-free at 1-800-665-6233.

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Victim/Survivor Stories

Are these merely statistics or something more?

Dear Friend, So often in the various correspondences we send out, horrific statistics are included such as: On average, every day in Canada, up to 4 driving deaths and 175 injuries involve alcohol and/or drugs. But what is most [...]

Who are the happiest people?

Dear Friend, I believe our donors must be the happiest people – because of all they do for others with their heart-felt support for MADD Canada. They are certainly there for the victims and survivors [...]

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Nation-wide campaign against impaired driving

Blackburn News March 19, 2019 MADD Sarnia Lambton is taking part in a nation-wide campaign to keep our roads safe. The second National Impaired Driving Prevention Week is March 17-23. So far in 2019, Lambton [...]

National Impaired Driving Prevention Week In Strathmore

Strathmore Now March 19, 2019 National Impaired Driving Prevention Week is running from March 17-23. It is a week dedicated to educating Canadians on the importance of not driving while impaired. According to Aaron Libby, [...]

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