The headlines have been filled lately with drunk driving. When will it end?
Drunk driving is 100 percent preventable and should have stopped long ago. At Mothers Against Drunk Driving, we’re certainly aware that this crime continues. The victims and their families call us. We know them. We try to support them the best we can, but some things just can’t be undone or fixed.
At current rates, two of every three South Carolinians will be involved in a drunk driving crash in their lifetime. This threatens all of us.
We envision the day — and have the plan — to end drunk driving. On April 9, we invite you to join us for Walk Like MADD Columbia. Come hear how we’ll end drunk driving, and walk alongside the victims affected by this violent crime. It will take all of us to reach the day of no more victims.
MADD-S.C. program director