Thank you for your kind attention to this Volunteer opportunity.
Do you know someone who has been the victim of a drunk driver, or drugged driver? Perhaps you know of a crash that has changed the lives of a family you know, or perhaps the crash involved has was a lesser injury, or property damage, all caused by the selfish action of someone who drove impaired.
In the last 5 years there have been over 80 fatalities in Allegheny County alone caused by drunk driver and over 2,000 injuries. - Enough is enough. Do you agree with our vision of No More Victims? Want to act directly and raise your voice to end drunk driving - indeed all impaired driving?
Here is how we ask YOU to help Mothers Against Drunk Driving.
As a true grassroots village, it takes many people to step up to help in ways that fit their talents and skills from something that will take a few minutes of your time from home... to something that will require a greater time commitment from now until May 21st.
MADD will be in North Park on May 21st.
We want you to help us promote this event by posting information about the event on your social media.
Or take the next step and work through our Social Media campaign to share with friends and family.
One more step, connect us to volunteer leaders who will take on the responsibility of creating a team of walkers for a 5K walk around North Park - We want to hear from Corporate Team Captains, We want to hear from first responders, law enforcement. We want to hear from academic teams colleges, universities, greeks, community service clubs like NHS and Interact and others,
We want to hear from everyone who has been impacted by the actions of an impaired driver.
The time to respond is now.
Please complete the registration on this page and we will follow-up with you directly. - Let us know how YOU beleive you can help.
Include a daytime contact number so we may connect with you by phone initally.
Look out for a call from Malcolm Friend, MADD Program Manager, (610) 825-4902
Service hours are available for these assignments.
- Law Enforcement
- Social Media / Blogging
- Public Relations
- First Aid / CPR
Good Match For
Kids Teens People 55+ Group
Requirements & Commitment
- From a few minutes to longer - you decide