Become involved, Join our cause

Volunteers are the heart and soul of MADD. It is their compassion and determination that drives the organization and it is their tireless efforts that have accomplished so much. Join these ordinary citizens who have become extraordinary activists in saving lives.

Whether you’re interested in volunteering a couple of time a year or a couple of times a week, there’s a place for you at MADD. And we have a wide variety of opportunities to match your interests and expertise. 

Below are some of the ways you can make a difference in your community. To get started, fill out the volunteer form and send it to us. 

Be an Advocate for Change

Work to strengthen existing laws and enact new ones.

Lend a Shoulder

Become a trained victim advocate and provide emotional support to drunk driving victims/survivors as well as guide them through the criminal justice system.

Speak Out

Join the Speaker’s Bureau program and speak at schools, civic groups, clubs and other organizations.

Raise Funds

Get involved with Walk Like MADD, our fun and family-friendly 5K in your community to help raise awareness and funds for MADD.

Roll Up Your Sleeves

Participate in our public awareness events such as parades, fairs, and safe proms and graduation events.

Tie One On

Distribute MADD red ribbons to encourage people not to drink and drive. Tie a MADD red ribbon on your vehicle to show your commitment to driving safe and sober.

Be a Role Model

Assist youth in learning about the dangers of underage drinking and lead the way in making positive changes.

Help a Victim be Heard

Coordinate a victim impact panel by assigning victim speakers and registering drunk driving offenders.

Drop a Line

Contact law enforcement agencies and read local newspapers to find out about drunk driving crashes, then send out "We Care" cards to the victims of these tragic events.

Utilize Office Skills

Answer phones, file, copy, type or perform other office support duties.

Visit the Courts

Ensure that drunk driving offenders are punished to the fullest extent of the law by monitoring court cases and reporting outcomes to the community and media.


Tie One On For Safety