Walk Like MADD 10th Anniversary 

In 2008, the signature fundraising event for Mothers Against Drunk Driving® launched with roughly 30 walks taking place that year. Immediately, we recognized that we had found a significant and important way to connect with victims and survivors. Just as importantly, it allows all of us as a community to take compassionate and healing steps forward to end these preventable crimes. Today, 10 years later, we have over 90 Walk Like MADD events across the county. 

The past 10 years have provided victims and survivors a place to come together and celebrate and honor their loved one’s life. Many families have expressed how much participating in the Walk has helped them through the grieving process and showed them they are not alone.

We have highlighted some of those that have been involved with Walk Like MADD for 10 or more years. Below, you can learn Why We Walk to create a future of No More Victims®. 

WHY We WAlk - brian bub

Brian Bub shares how a co-workers death started his participation in Walk Like MADD.  Click here to read why he continues to make an impact on his community. 


In 1983, Josie DiStefano Palamino was killed by a drunk driver.  Today, Linda Unfried, Founder of MADD Tampa, walks for her sister. Click here to read more. 



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