At the heart of MADD Canada are our volunteers.
They include not only mothers, but fathers, friends, business professionals, experts in the anti-impaired driving field and concerned citizens who want to make a difference in the fight against impaired driving.
Committed volunteers with a passion for stopping impaired driving in our community are always welcome at our Chapter. Below are just a few of the ways that volunteers make our Chapter a success and our community safer:
- Spreading MADD’s message at community events
- Organizing and participating in fundraising events
- Coordinating volunteers’ attendance
- Spreading our Chapter’s message through the media
- Supporting victims/survivors of impaired driving in our community
- Providing leadership on our Chapter’s board of directors
We are so proud of our volunteer Eva!
She is MADD Canada’s 2014 National Victim Services Volunteer of the Year. Eva received her award at the MADD Canada Leadership Conference held in Toronto on September 27, 2014. Eva provides genuine, compassionate support to victims and survivors, not only in the Central Okanagan area but also throughout areas of southeastern British Columbia. Her dedication to helping those impacted by impaired driving is exceptional. Congratulations Eva on this well-deserved award! Presenting the award to Eva is Andrew Murie, MADD Canada’s CEO and Angeliki Souranis, National President.