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Volunteer Positions, MADD Canada

Who Is MADD Canada

MADD Canada is a national, grassroots, registered, charitable organization with Chapters and Community Leaders.  MADD Canada Chapters are run by volunteers from across the country and include not only mothers, but fathers, friends, business professionals, experts in the anti-impaired driving field, concerned citizens and young people who want to make a difference in the fight against impaired driving. 

Our Mission

To stop impaired driving and to support victims of this violent crime. 

How can you help?

Become a MADD Canada volunteer, member and/or sponsor today! Volunteer
for an hour, a day or for years!  Training is provided.  Contact your
local Chapter for volunteer vacancies - board, non-board, liaison and
subject matter experts etc.

Find Your Local MADD Canada Chapter

http://www.madd.ca/english/volunteer/chapters.html#map
26 Chapters & 9 Community Leaders in Ontario

Knowledge / Facts

  • Impaired driving is Canada's number one criminal cause of death.
  • On average, each and every day, 4 Canadians are killed and another 187 Canadians are injured in alcohol and drug-related crashes. 
  • More than 70,000 Canadian men, women and children are killed or seriously injured in impaired driving crashes annually.
  • Over 100 Chapters and Community Leaders with approximately 7,500 volunteers across Canada.
  • Millions red ribbons are distributed each year.
  • More than 1,000,000 hits on the website each year.
  • 750,000 school-aged kids will get the opportunity to see our multi-media in-school assembly program detailing the dangers and consequences of impaired driving.
  • About 200 Canadians call our Victim Services Lines each month for emotional, physical and legal support.
  • Over the last 20 years, with the help of our supporters, MADD Canada has been instrumental in saving more than 25,000 lives.
  • MADD Canada supports more than 20,000 victims each year by training over 300 Victim Services volunteers and by delivering death notification training to more than 15,000 medical, police, firefighter and victim services personnel.

Resources

Contact Information

For more information, please contact Renata Cvitkovic, Chapter Services Manager, Ontario [email protected] or 1 (800) 665-6233 x243 or (905) 829-8805 x243.