Why We Walk.

Posted: October 1, 2014 in Uncategorized

Each year we come together to walk for those who no longer can and beside those who are learning to walk again at our Walk Like MADD event. This year we will be walking at Holmes Lake in Lincoln on October 12th and we hope you will walk with us.

We each walk for a different reason. But we each walk to make a difference. We know that drunk driving does discriminate, everyone on the road is at risk when someone makes the decision to drink and drive. That is why we feel it is vital to raise awareness and teach people the true danger of getting behind the wheel after drinking. We walk because together we will end drunk driving. We walk because together we share a vision of a future with no more drunk driving victims. And we walk with the victims and survivors who are walking empowered when they feel powerless and with a purpose when they feel lost. We walk because the funds we raise each year, help us continue to offer these impacted families free victim services. It is the heart of our mission to stand beside victims and survivors as they face the life-changing impact of a drunk or drugged driving crash.

So why do we walk? The reasons are endless. But they all have something in common. We walk for hope. So please join us on October 12th at Holmes Lake in Lincoln, with day of registration starting at 1:00 p.m. and the walk starting at 2:30 p.m. We can’t wait to walk beside you and show Nebraska that together we will end drunk driving! Register today at www.walklikemadd.org/lincoln


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