Dear Friend,

If there was anyone who needs a ray of light to offer hope in the darkness, it is a victim/survivor of a devastating impaired driving crash.

Our hearts go out to these victims – they need to have a safe place to share their despair and know that they are not alone, that there is hope, there is light in the darkness – your gift will help them find this place…at the National Candlelight Vigil of Hope and Remembrance.

I urge you to please send your support now with a donation of whatever you can manage.

Victims/survivors attend the Vigil at no cost to themselves. We need your help today to make sure they are offered hope. People like Jaymie Hancock who lost her brother, DJ…

“Sharing my story and hearing others share theirs, although difficult, was something that would contribute to my healing journey. I truly left the Vigil with a new sense of peace and hope.”

Or Russ Stewart who was severely injured in an impaired driving crash, ” I attended my first Vigil soon after being released from a three month stay in the hospital. Still in a wheel chair, I was struggling to come to terms with my abruptly altered future. Being able to draw on others’ experiences, their strengths, and their support has been instrumental in my recovery and in my re-entry into a life worth living again.”

Through your kindness and care, you can help people find the light of hope despite the darkness. Please donation today. Thank you.

All the best to you and yours,

Andrew Murie
Chief Executive Officer
MADD Canada