MADD Canada is excited to share a Fall/Winter version of the Do What U Do 4 MADD Canada campaign that lets Canadians show their support for our mission to stop impaired driving and to support victims and survivors of this violent crime, all while doing the things they love. 

In this year of COVID-19, with walk-a-thons, runs and other events cancelled, organizations are adapting to engage supporters and the public in other ways. 

The possibilities are endless – skating, skiing, reading, seasonal yardwork, jogging, gaming, snowmobiling, ice fishing and so much more!  Participate, donate, sponsor and challenge at your leisure.

Please be sure to follow the guidelines of your local health authority regarding social distancing, wearing masks and other protocols in place to protect yourself and others against COVID-19. 

Step 1: Select your activity(ies). Set a distance, fundraising and timeframe goal. 

Step 2: Register as an individual and/or team on Gigit / click the Fundraise button to get started.

Fundraise

Step 3: Encourage family, friends, co-workers and your employer(s) to support you and MADD Canada by collecting pledges (by sharing your fundraising page via QR Code, Facebook, Twitter and/or LinkedIn)

Step 4: Get out there and Do What You Do! Don’t forget to post some photos to social media, tagging MADD Canada and using the hashtag: #DoWhatUDo4MADDCanada 

Step 5: Challenge: 

  • Yourself to surpass an activity goal;
  • Yourself to collect $125 in pledges for MADD Canada;
  • Your family, friends, co-workers to get involved in the campaign and to collect pledges too;
  • Your employer to match the pledges you collect; 
  • A local sponsor to get involved in the campaign;
  • Your kids, grandkids, nieces/nephews to stay active/busy in support of MADD Canada.

If you’re not able to fundraise on behalf of MADD Canada right now, please consider making a donation or pledging a team and/or individual by clicking the Donate button

Donate

Impaired driving continues to be a very serious problem in Canada, killing hundreds of people and injuring tens of thousands each year. When you Do What You Do, you’re helping raise awareness and funds to prevent these tragedies and to support victims and survivors. 

Your efforts support our awareness, education and public policy work to stop impaired driving, and our victim services programs in support of those individuals and families who have been so devastated by the terrible and preventable crime. 

Thank-you for Doing What You Do for MADD Canada! Your support is appreciated!