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PO Box 4252 Leesburg, VA 20177
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MADD LOUDOUN Gently Used Sneaker& Athletic Cleats Program WHY: SNEAKER DONATIONS: Millions of adults & children in the world do not have sneakers to go to work and school. The program diverts sneakers from going to landfills and helps the environment. Participants can donate Adult & Children’s gently used & new sneakers, and cleats for the MADD Loudoun GotSneakers Campaign. Volunteer / Students need to pick up a a FedEx prepaid collection bag in STERLING VA to take home and fill Volunteer/ Students earn 2 hours of community service per bag (Time Sheet Required). To receive the community service credit you will need to receive a Volunteer Time Sheet from MADD Loudoun via email after you collect the used sneakers and cleats. A informational letter can be emailed to volunteers that gives additional information for emailing to friends, neighbors and relatives. T o arrange for a pick up of the Collection bag in STERLING, VA please Send an email to Susan Cleveland at email@example.com To Earn Service hours Credit Contact Susan MADD Loudoun @ firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange for the time sheet that is required for community service hours credit, after collecting the sneakers. Send an send an email to Susan Cleveland at email@example.com to obtain the MADD Volunteer Registration info and for questions. Thank you for participating in getting sneakers to those who need them for saving the environment.
Date Posted: Jan 15, 2024
Leesburg, VA 20176
Court Monitoring MADD’s Court Monitoring Program enlists and trains court monitors to observe and document what happens in the courtroom during DWI proceedings. Court monitors track results and identify inconsistencies on how DWI cases are handled and resolved. MADD shares the information with law enforcement, judges, prosecutors, public defenders and, if necessary, the media, to help ensure appropriate actions. Studies have shown that the mere presence of a court monitor can have a positive effect on sentencing. Volunteers attend Loudoun County Court in Leesburg VA one day a week, Monday - Friday, or one morning, or one afternoon a week. You pick the day of the week that fits your schedule. An orientation is provided on how to access the public traffic data base and additional training is required at the court room and on how to complete the MADD monitoring forms and enter the data into the MADD Court Database.. A background check is required. This is an ideal program for retired persons, law students, criminal justice justice students, and paralegal college students to gain experience in the court process. Must be 18 years old. Goals The goals of MADD’s Court Monitoring Program are to enhance transparency and accountability within the criminal justice system to promote appropriate sentencing and reduce the likelihood of repeat DWI offenses. This is accomplished by: * Promoting public interest and awareness of the outcomes of criminal cases in the justice system * Compiling information on the handling of DWI cases * Creating relevant reports and publicize the findings * The program supports MADD’s Campaign to Eliminate Drunk Driving . We invite you to join us in the fight against this 100% preventable crime. If interested contact Susan Cleveland @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Date Posted: Jan 15, 2024
"The mission of Mothers Against Drunk Driving is to end drunk driving, help fight drugged driving, support the victims of these violent crimes and prevent underage drinking."
MADD Loudoun assists victims and their families navigate the judical process. MADD Loudoun is fully run by volunteers. Funding relies on donation, an annual Walk Like MADD 5K Walk. MADD Lououn participates in sobriety checkpoints, and court monitoring.
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